Bread had just been rationed out: there were to be 300 grammes for adults and 150 grammes for children.
Each of us, on leaving the Leviathan, had been rationed with a sandwich.
He rationed his supply a bit, hoping he could finish the job without a refill.
They were rationed about as our own men, and from our supplies.
During the war, when we're rationed, I save him his daily glass.
You're asking for rationed food; for a shakedown, maybe, in a garret.
From these, each precious drop of water was rationed upwards to meet the increasing needs of the people.
They will be armed, equipped and rationed at the Citadel, and on Thursday will accompany me to Suez.
They received cattle on loan, and they were rationed as new settlers from the public stores.
The Government on December 12 solemnly announced that the bread never would be rationed.