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  • noun Plural form of rationer.

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Examples

  • My main argument on the night was that restricting design knowledge to a select few was a sure way of ensuring that design becomes a niche activity, opening up a space that will be filled with self-taught designers - exactly the sort of design-poor scenario I think the 'rationers' are worried 'over supply' of design graduates will create.

    Eye Forum: first thoughts

  • My main argument on the night was that restricting design knowledge to a select few was a sure way of ensuring that design becomes a niche activity, opening up a space that will be filled with self-taught designers - exactly the sort of design-poor scenario I think the 'rationers' are worried 'over supply' of design graduates will create.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • The NHS shake-up risks wrecking GPs' relationship with their patients by turning them into rationers of care who deny the sick the treatment they need, warns the chair of the Royal College of GPs.

    NHS bill threatens trust in GPs, says doctors' leader

  • Disempowering the expert drug rationers of Nice from doing their nasty job, and sacking commissioners who have been getting better at their work, is institutional vandalism.

    Health reforms: second opinion | Editorial

  • They are the rationers – they want to ration benefits of citizenship according to free market principles.

    Republicans warn of rationing for disabled children

  • (There were a few rationers in the audience it turned out who simply didn't listen to what we were saying, which worried me a bit)

    Eye Forum: first thoughts

  • (There were a few rationers in the audience it turned out who simply didn't listen to what we were saying, which worried me a bit)

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • At the same time, their political power is enhanced if shortages are handled through government rationing rather than market forces, since politicians get to make the rationing decision — just think of all those constituencies who will pour in campaign donations to try to get special rights to water from the water rationers.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Water and Pricing

  • Ministers were responding to years of anger over a system which meant patients were unable to secure life-extending drugs because central NHS rationers had decided the treatments were not "cost effective".

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Some GPs are eager to run the £80bn NHS budget and become the chief rationers but, she says, "most are not".

    The Guardian World News

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