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rarely occurring or appearing

marked by great diffusion of component particles

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not widely known

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recurring only at long intervals

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not widely distributed

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having low density

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marked by an uncommon quality

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(of meat) cooked a short time

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In fact, this nearly exact balancing between the supply of sediment and the amount of subsidence is probably a rare contingency; for it has been observed by more than one palaeontologist, that very thick deposits are usually barren of organic remains, except near their upper or lower limits.
House President Demetris Syllouris also marked Rare Disease Day in an address to the plenary.
Based on geographic/regional distribution the global Rare Earth Metals Market is studied for key regional markets focusing on the respective geographic trends and statistics, and thereby delivering market size and forecast values.
With the advantage of the low cost of China's rare earth mining such as lower labor costs and less environmental protection, Chinese enterprises have started the large-scale exploitation of rare earth and export since the 1990s.
said Jimmy Lin, MD, PhD, MHS, President of the Rare Genomics Institute.
The theme for this year s Rare Disease Day, Living with a Rare Disease , acknowledges that developing and facilitating access to diagnostics and treatments could change the day-to-day reality for someone with a rare disease.
Cayetano, who is vice chair of the Senate committee on health and proponent of the bill, said that ALS forms part of the 48 rare diseases affecting a number of individuals in the country.
Content contributors to Rare Metals Matter will be led by Ian London, Avalon's Market Development and Energy Advisor.
The area secured by Japan Rare Earths is estimated to contain 5.
This landmark legislation encouraged the discovery and development of innovative therapies for rare disorders in the United States and led to the adoption of similar policies worldwide.
The paper covers the history, geography and production capabilities of the China rare earth industry in considerable detail, noting that while China has 23% of the earth's rare earth resources, it accounts for more than 90% of the world's production of rare earth smelting separation products--i.
Magnetic Materials Association, a trade association representing high performance magnet producers and suppliers, also briefed members of Congress on rare earths.
Rare earth elements were first identified in a mineral unearthed from a quarry in Ytterby, a small town not far from Stockholm, in 1787.
The report by American Security Project Research Assistant, Emily Coppel, released Tuesday, noted that the United States has the "second-biggest deposit of rare earth minerals in the world.
3 : not thick or compact : thin <The atmosphere is rare at high altitudes.