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WHAT DOES FOOD RATIONING MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Rationing is the controlled distribution of scarce resources, goods, or services. Rationing controls the size of the ration, which is one's allotted portion of the resources being distributed on a particular day or at a particular time.
The translations of food rationing from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «food rationing» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «FOOD RATIONING» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «food rationing» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «food rationing» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about food rationing
2 QUOTES WITH «FOOD RATIONING»
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There was still food rationing in England and life was difficult all through my 2 year stay in Oxford.
In the 1950s, as food rationing ended, I remember a plentiful supply of sweets for the first time.
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «FOOD RATIONING»
Discover the use of food rationing in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to food rationing and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Eating for Victory: FoodRationing and the Politics of ...
Amy Bentley reveals the role of the Wartime Homemaker as a pivotal component not only of World War II but also of the development of the United States into a superpower.
Amy Bentley, 1998
Food Administration in India, 1939-47
The Government of India regarded "the introduction of individual food rationing in
all large cities and towns as fundamental to a coordinated food plan. . . .
Practically every Government accepted the need for food rationing of towns" (2).
Sir Henry Knight, 1954
Austerity in Britain : Rationing, Controls, and Consumption, ...
The final part of this section traces consumption trends from the 1930s until the
1960s in order to place the episode of wartime rationing and austerity within a
longer-term context. I.I. FOOD RATIONING AND CONTROLS, 1939-1955:
Ina Zweiniger-Bargielowska, 2000
Drought and Hunger in Africa
14 Evolution of food rationing systems with reference to African group farms in
the context of drought WILLIAM I. TORRY Department of Sociology/ Anthropology
, West Virginia University Introduction Populations which fall critically short of
Michael H. Glantz, 1988
The Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink
Harold B. Rowe, director of the Office of Price Administration's Food Rationing
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Andrew F. Smith, 2007
Food in the USA: A Reader
This is not to say that food rationing during World War II was not needed: on the
contrary, as up to 50 percent of some foodstuffs were being sent overseas to the
military and allies, mandatory food rationing assured Americans that they would ...
Carole Counihan, 2002
Children in the Second World War
Food rationing began in January 1940. Initially sugar, butter, bacon and ham
were rationed and then, later in that year, tea. Prior to this the public had been
issued with ration books. Merchant vessels were under attack and imported food
Folens Publishers, Mary Green, 2003
Food and War in Mid-Twentieth-Century East Asia
As state control of food distribution gradually deteriorated, civilians involved in
the food-rationing system played an increasingly important role in the black
market, further undermining the flawed control system. The image of peasants
living on ...
Professor Katarzyna J Cwiertka, 2013
From Plain Fare to Fusion Food: British Diet from the 1890s ...
Thus, while the scientists emphasized that a national food policy was necessary
to maintain output, the rationing scheme was based on solving the problems of
distributing food to shops. In the end the Ministry of Food's system of foodrationing ...
Derek J. Oddy, 2003
Rationing Medical Care on the Basis of Age: The Moral Dimensions
To see this, we can consider the case of food rationing in Britain during the
Second World War. Because wartime conditions interfered with some of the
normal sources of supply of food, the stocks of food available to provide for the
Eric Matthews, Elizabeth M. Russell, 2005
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «FOOD RATIONING»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term food rationing is used in the context of the following news items.
Sanctions are not the key to Iran deal - Middle East Monitor
Saddam outwitted them, introducing a food rationing system that is credited for saving thousands from starvation. The reliance on the ... «Middle East Monitor, Jul 15»
To Live and Dine in LA: Menus and the Soul of a City
It's during WWII with food rationing information, and the message 'every defense stamp you buy pays the postage to send a Jap to hell.' So here ... «Paste Magazine, Jul 15»
More at risk of preventable deaths: Malawi hospitals facing services …
Chiradzulu like many other district hospitals cannot afford fuel for the staff bus, unable to run the fleet of ambulances, food rationing for patients, ... «Nyasa Times, Jul 15»
Realities of war
“Food rationing was still in force. It was a bleak place. We were coming to terms with the end of the empire. We, the young, rejected that past of ... «Times of Malta, Jul 15»
Anne Cameron Forrester Snow (1929-2015)
... her mother was a good cook, and the family kept hens; all of this meant that wartime food rationing impacted the family less than many others ... «The Mountain -Ear, Jul 15»
Help! We're stuck in 1975
The scheme harked back to food rationing after the Second World War and was not abolished until 2013. Experts say that, as well as lifting the ... «The Sunday Times, Jul 15»
Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks: 1949 – Cré na Cille by Máirtín Ó …
... and the incessant talk includes references to Irish neutrality, support for Hitler, Nazi concentration camps, food rationing and Lord Haw-Haw. «Irish Times, Jul 15»
Birmingham Mail Nostalgia - A look back at July 3 in years gone by
1954: Food rationing ended in Britain. Smithfield market opened at midnight instead of 6am to cope with the demand for beef. 1959: The first ... «Birmingham Mail, Jul 15»
On this day: Food rationing ended in Britain
On this day: Food rationing ended in Britain ... 1954: Food rationing ended in Britain. Smithfield market opened at midnight instead of 6am to ... «Scotsman, Jul 15»
Today in History - July 3
In 1954, more than 14 years of food rationing ended in Britain. In 1957, Canadian industrialist Cyrus Eaton founded the annual conference on ... «mysask.com, Jul 15»
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