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ration bookの例文

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  • During the count, the agencies also issued individual family ration books.
  • Each person in a household received a ration book, including babies and children.
  • Each car has a ration book to purchase gasoline at prescribed gas stations.
  • In 1943 the city began war rationing, with 376, 085 ration books distributed.
  • It had been a caf? a library, issuing ration books and a clinic.
  • Rafters who leave are immediately scratched from the ration books.
  • People, ration books in hand, finally were getting a strange, half-pound cut of beef.
  • He is an official regimental mascot and has his own rank and ration book.
  • The prices in the ration book are about 20 times lower than the free market.
  • Their ration book can feed the family of three for only 10-15 days a month, he says.
  • Petrol ration books covered two months, but did not say how much each coupon would be worth.
  • WAAC also purchased her painting " An Emergency Food Office " which showed people queuing for ration books.
  • When purchasing gasoline, a driver had to present a gas card along with a ration book and cash.
  • They told me anti-Castro jokes and showed me the meager rations they receive and the government-issue ration book.
  • To facilitate the process, ration books were introduced in July 1918 for butter, margarine, lard, meat, and sugar.
  • Purchasers had to take ration books with them when shopping, so the relevant coupon or coupons could be cancelled.
  • The design on an approximately ten inch porcelain plate shows the head of Lenin, Red Star and ration books.
  • In Season 3 she was on a stamp in a ration books as a way to remember her commitment.
  • Mixing coffee beans with peas remained a staple in Cuba until pure coffee returned the Cuban ration books in 2005.
  • A government warning on the ration books states : " Rationing is a vital part of your country's war effort.
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