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ration
used in The 100

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Definition
to restrict the amount of something people can have — such as food or gasoline when there is a shortage

or:

a fixed portion of something that is given as a person's share — such as goods of which there is a shortage, or food for soldiers in the field
  • A few months of military rations weren't enough to banish the specter of malnutrition that haunted the Colony's poor outer ships, Walden and Arcadia.
    p. 2.4
  • He patted the pocket that held the chip loaded with stolen ration points.
    p. 21.5
  • Bellamy and Octavia lived in different group homes for a number of years, but Bellamy had always looked out for her, sneaking her extra rations whenever he "wandered" into one of the restricted storage facilities, confronting the tough-talking older girls who thought it'd be fun to pick on the chubby-cheeked orphan with the big blue eyes.
    p. 24.9
  • It'd been foolish to waste so many ration points collecting the materials for the dress, a piece of tarp that she'd painstakingly sewn into a silver slip.
    p. 35.8
  • Technically, you were supposed to use ration points at the tea stand, but Glass couldn't remember the last time she'd been asked to scan her thumb.
    p. 117.5
  • Even as a guard, he didn't have many ration points to spare.
    p. 125.8
  • They'd been on Earth less than a week, and already their rations were dwindling.
    p. 136.6
  • He loves telling people about how I was caught stealing food for the younger kids in the care center—the little ones who are always bullied into giving up their rations—and how the monsters on the Council Confined me without batting an eye.
    p. 180.3
  • He'd thought about taking it home to Octavia, but decided the ration points he'd get for it at the Exchange were more important.
    p. 200.9
  • Even on half rations, it was getting harder and harder for Glass to disguise her weight gain under the shapeless dresses that prompted snickers from Cora.
    p. 206.9
  • Bellamy had traded his other discoveries in exchange for ration points, but he'd kept the ribbon, even though it would have fed them for a month.
    p. 227.2
  • Boys who didn't use water rationing as an excuse not to bathe."
    p. 253.9
  • She thought longingly of all the years she'd spent blissfully unaware that water was rationed elsewhere on the Colony.
    p. 312.1

There are no more uses of "ration" in The 100.

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