- n. Plural form of ration.
“Liberating the rations from the defeated German troops, costumed heroes sit and catch up with the men of the 761st.”
“All the young guards were replaced by old men Dads Army Men, two POW's were chosen every other day to go and help the guard fetch the rations from a village about 4 miles away.”
“Soon the Americans were better fed than the Germans, yet-like British prisoners elsewhere-the U.S. prisoners continued to take their daily rations from the Germans. 8”
“No matter – we made do with some of the emergency rations from the freezer (Stouffers lasagna and garlic bread).”
“Since the food ration of all of the prisoners was constantly low, a cut in rations was not usually used as a punishment.”
“A too rigid equality in rations, Squealer explained, would have been contrary to the principles of Animalism.”
“These include special hospital cars to serve as medical centres of trains carrying casualties; commissary kitchen cars for troop trains, where mess orderlies may obtain rations to serve men in coaches; "long-table" diners for troops, providing 25 per cent more seating capacity at the tables; cafe cars, coffee shops on wheels; and new types of coaches for industrial trains, with seating capacity of 122 instead of the usual 72 passengers.”
“The soldiers now received their rations from the confiscated provisions, and they received them first.”
“This for us who had been for months living on salt pork and rice, beans and dried apples, who were to live on that fare (and in short rations, too) until poor old Richmond fell!”
“Our hustlers drew better rations from the farmers.”
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