Tea was still on ration
until 1952 while 1953 saw the end of sugar and egg rationing and in 1954 cheese and meats finally came off ration
What they can't ration
, though, are her thoughts and she remains determined to embarrass a military regime that lives in fear of her influence.
He said: "The new rations
will double the amount of available menus and remove the need for supplements.
Speaking from southern Afghanistan, the source told the Daily Post: "There are close to 100 people in one FOB serving in Afghanistan that have not had any fresh rations
in over 40 days.
The President of the Board of Trade Hugh Dalton, Beveridge's political master, made the tactical error of publicizing his intention to ration
fuel long before he planned to introduce it.
Orders for the bars soared quickly, and on January 2, 1942, the army ordered 300,000 four-ounce D Ration
The importance of working with an accurate prediction of dry matter/feed intake when balancing rations
cannot be overstated.
As an aid in properly balancing the rations
, it is useful to divide our common feeds into two classes.
Recently, both the Marines and Army soldiers have requested First Strike rations
developed by the Combat Feeding program.
"I remember going to queue for rations
on Chillingham Road in Newcastle.
How does the WFP take-home rations
project help girls' education?
Under European Union rules the passengers are legally entitled to bring in an EU ration
and a tax-free ration
, according to the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet.