Can't get Enough by Connie Briseoe Doubleday, April 2005 $19.95, ISBN 0-385-50162-5
County (Doubleday, September 2002), Briscoe, a Maryland resident, brings her fifth work to light in Can't Get Enough. For those pining to see what happens next in the fictitious affluent suburb of Silver Lake, now is the time.
(Without insulin, your body can't get enough
sugar to fuel the cells in your body.) Type 2 diabetes usually occurs in children who are overweight, it happens when the body can't make enough insulin or properly use the insulin it already has.
You can't get enough
vitamin D from the sun in the winter unless you live in the Southern U.S.
In America, where a lot of us are from suburbia anyway, some of us can't get enough
of our putative "bad" reflected images.
She feeds him a song and dance about how she's been trying to get away from her "dumb daddy," 'cause he don't know how to take care of business, but she can't get enough
money at one time to "buy him out." That's the hook.
Normally, when muscles can't get enough
oxygen, they make lactic acid, causing acidosis.