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Also consistent with the current study, 96%98% of nurses in the European studies rationed at least one of the queried activities during the previous seven shifts (Schubert et al., 2008; Schubert et al., 2013) and most rationed over half of the activities queried (Papastavrou et al., 2014).
Indeed, health care is implicitly rationed in myriad ways,
But CO2 and other social wages are identical in their need to be rationed to ensure that everyone receives enough for a good quality life.
Children enjoy a piece of fruit cake made out of rationed goods - but today's diets are often poorer than during the war when rationing restricted choice
Bread and potatoes, which had not been rationed during the war - although quality had suffered - were suddenly rationed in 1946 and 1947 respectively.
By March 1940 meat was also being rationed with tea following in the July.
Potatoes and peas were dropped from the list of rationed foods, meaning Cubans can buy as much of the products as they want--as long as they're willing to pay as much as 20 times more than they used to.
Soon after, all meat was rationed and the restrictions spread to other foodstuffs and clothes.