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Why do the members of the annex have just five ration cards and no extra coupons and no fats?
because they had ran out of florins
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Some do, some don't, some have too little, some have too much. During the early teen years, most individuals find they have less body fat simply because the energy stored in t…heir fat reserves has been pulled out to fuel the growth spurts and bodily changes of early puberty. However, in the second half of the teen years, as the growth rate drops some individuals (particularly girls) often find themselves carrying a little more body fat. This is still normal - both boys and girls are supposed to have body fat, and girls should have slightly more than boys.
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Yes, with the exception of anorectics, they have proportionally a lot more fat on them than boys. This is because all boys need to do is mate, protect, and get food. Girls nee…d to bear children, and even starving for a short period of time can seriously damage a baby. The extra layer is for fertility.
An extra hand of cards is called the "kitty".
Ration coupons were used to ensure there was an even as possible distribution of the limited goods during (primarily) times of war, and also so that there would be enough of s…aid goods to maintain the war effort.
Rations are a fixed allowence of provisions or food. So ration coupons allowed you to purchase food or anything needed, but in moderation.
in Karnataka BPL(Below Poverty Line ) ration cards are green yellow in rural areas and urban APL (Above Poverty Line )ration cards are blue and "computerized"in the Bangalor…e urban area Antyodaya anna Yojana cards are meant for poorest of poor families living in rural and urban slum areas
During World War II, many supplies that we take for granted were in very short supply, mostly because they were needed by the military. Gasoline, tires, butter, and many o…ther goods were not readily available. As a means of promoting "fairness" in the distribution of scarce supplies, a ration card system was imposed. Thus, ration cards are cards or stamps that allowed the government to ration out food and supplies to that card or stamp holder when they were in short supply.
During World War 2 ration cards were used due to the shortage of food. Food was therefore rationed and could not be obtained without the ration card thus ensuring everyone had… their correct allowance (Ration).
They are worth someone who was alive back then. I always wanted to add some of this to my Museum as a display. But it seems many people just threw this stuff out. I would pay …a sizeable amount for these antiques.
advantage of ration shop:it helps the people below poverty 2 buy foodgrains at cheap rate.disadvantage of ration shop:sometimes people don't when ration shop is open
Ration cards are used in Southeast Asia for providing underprivileged individuals with food coupons. The importance of Ration Cards has declined due to invention of better… ways of distribution.
The term used is different, depending on which card game is being referred to: In canasta, the extra hand is referred to as a "foot" (see Related Link below to the rules of ca…nasta).According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, an extra hand dealt to the table - such as in Whiskey Poker - is called a "widow."In Cribbage, it's called the "crib".In the game of Boodle and several others, it's call the "boodle".
In times of scarcity, a command economy can use rationing, but then, it could be argued that any time rationing is used, that is a form of command economy. In better economic …circumstances, command economies just use money. Since a command economy controls how much money everybody has, money then serves almost the same function as a ration coupon.
Eggs, Milk, Bread, Canned food, etc.