unrationed

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unrationed

[, (US)]
adj food, petrol etcnicht rationiert, frei erhältlich
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However, data contained in the academy report support the view that a much larger proportion of older Americans should be in a financial position to pay what is necessary to obtain unrationed health insurance.
Senators Breaux and Bill Frist (R-Tn.) have introduced a bill, endorsed by NRLC, that would allow older Americans, if they wish, to add their own money to government payments so as to be able to get unmanaged, unrationed insurance.
Bill Frist (R-Tn.) which allows older Americans, if they wish, voluntarily to add their own money to the government Medicare payment in order to obtain unrationed health insurance.
In order to protect senior citizens' lives, we must ensure their right to get unrationed medical care and an unrationed prescription drug benefit under Medicare.
"Doctors reported yesterday that some adults had contracted a rash of red spots through eating too many unrationed sweets all last week.
Credit is unrationed. Bank deposits and credit play no role.
Although chicken, rabbit and game were unrationed, Becci is limited to 4oz of bacon and ham, 3oz of sweets and only one egg for the week.
In fact, the princesses had had a wonderful war compared to their commoner contempories, living on unrationed food grown at Windsor and hearing German bombers pass overhead only rarely.
war leaders "ate unrationed duck and traded off-the-record political wisecracks with the Capital's press" (Charlotte Observer 1944, par.
At the same time that it boosted gasoline prices, the government also raised the price of rationed diesel by 67 percent from 1,500 rials a liter to 2,500 rials, and the price of unrationed diesel by 43 percent from, 3,500 rials to 5,000 rials per liter.
In 1953, children all over Britain were emptying their piggy banks and heading straight for the nearest sweet shop as the first unrationed confectionery went on sale after the Second World War.
The ship was crowded with Irish men going home on their "hols." Most had been working in England throughout the war, and I suspect what really drew them back to the old country was the unrationed, unlimited supply of fresh eggs.