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Anna Karenina
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  • "You don’t admit, I know, that one can be fond of new rolls when one has had one’s rations of bread—to your mind it’s a crime; but I don’t count life as life without love," he said, taking Levin’s question his own way.
  • But it was impossible not to allow monthly rations to the old servants who were of no use for anything.

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  • Gasoline was rationed during the 1970s oil embargo.
  • During the Second World War, most commodities were rationed, so more resources could be devoted to the war effort.

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