Similar words: positioning, ratification, gratification, ration, isolationism, oration, rational, duration. Meaning: ['reɪʃnɪŋ /'ræ-] n. the act of rationing.
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1) It reckons that rationing would ossify the farm industry.
2) The government introduced meat rationing in May.
3) Food rationing was abolished in that country long ago.
4) Wartime austerities included food rationing and shortage of fuel.
5) They righteously maintain that they do not practise rationing.
6) News of bread rationing created panic buying.
7) The municipal authorities here are preparing for food rationing.
8) The government may have to introduce water rationing.
9) The Government may have to introduce petrol rationing.
10) As a hangover from rationing(sentencedict.com),[http://sentencedict.com/rationing.html] they mixed butter and margarine.
11) Rationing has made it easier to find some products like eggs, butter and meat.
12) Strict rationing of basic foodstuffs was still in force by the end of the year.
13) Rationing had put an end to a surfeit of biscuits long ago.
14) So by rationing these foods you cut calorie intake.
15) Bring back credit rationing, leading to mortgage queues.
16) It is a mode of rationing.
17) Fuel rationing started and I canceled my trip.
18) Rationing of foods became stricter and police scrutiny tighter.
19) Banks may resist the attempts at rationing.
20) Rationing should not be the exclusive domain of managers and professionals.
21) Indeed, some form of rationing of output may be necessary.
22) There was inflation, rationing, etc., and red meat was in short supply.
23) A prolonged drought had necessitated the introduction of water rationing.
24) I did a good trade, but I gave it all up when rationing came in.
25) They may thus find ways to get round the controls. Credit rationing stifles competition between banks.
26) The criticism the Oregon experiment has received highlights the general difficulties of moving towards this kind of explicit rationing system.
27) Under the impact of soaring oil prices living standards collapsed in a welter of rationing and corruption.
28) Protests over food shortages forced the Government to implement rationing schemes first devised by the Labour and Co-operative movement.
29) In January 1990 delays in Soviet grain deliveries had led to price rises and the tighter rationing of basic foodstuffs.
30) Mounting chaos in the state's finances has threatened a collapse of the money economy and a retreat to 100% rationing.
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