Rationing sentence example

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  • Agree a list of key words, e.g. rationing, evacuation, air raid, Anderson shelter.
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  • The possibility therefore exists of a new patchwork of local fiefdoms growing up, each imposing their own, unrelated, rationing criteria.
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  • When faced with a drought, rationing and allocating water must be done carefully.
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  • Use your prepaid card as a means of rationing your gas budget, and you'll be able to save on your monthly bill.
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  • Ace Hardware grew throughout the Midwest in the 1930s, and in the 1940s even among wartime shortages and rationing, Ace's innovative strategies met public needs, thus strengthening their reputation as a neighborhood store.
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  • Dresses from the 1940s can be a bit trickier, as wartime day dresses were not in wide use (women more frequently wore suits or a factory uniform) and rationing meant that the dresses were worn until they fell apart.
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  • You can also search the American railways, food rationing books, criminal records, and business cards.
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  • Rationing during the last years of WWII and the influence of a French engineer named Louis Reard would come together.
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  • Dresses were still the norm, but gone were a lot of the frilly embellishments; part of the reason was rationing of materials, but another part was the impracticality of such showy garments when working in factories.
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  • The wedge heel not only added height and glamour, which was welcomed in the era of rationing, but the shoes were often so well designed they more comfortable than a flat shoe.
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  • While many lingerie manufacturers were forced by rationing to abandon silk during World War II, Vanity Fair nightgowns only stopped being made in silk in 1948.
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  • First held in 1938, with the exception of the World War II when gas rationing was in effect, the Sturgis Rally has taken place every August since.
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  • Its activities in fixing the price and quality of bread, etc., and in rationing, closely resembled those of the food controller in Great Britain (see Food Supply and Rationing) .
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