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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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Andrew Wilson, chief executive of the Rarer Cancers Foundation, said: "These cuts will be a hammer blow to many thousands of desperately ill cancer patients and their families.
Andrew Wilson, chief executive of the Rarer Cancers Foundation, said: "The NHS should be there when you need it the most, but this is sadly not the case for all cancer patients in Wales.
The marsh harrier, rarer than the golden eagle, has a wingspan of nearly four feet.
The improved resolution will help researchers interpret current genome studies aimed at finding common and rarer genetic variants associated with complex diseases.
The Rarer Cancers Foundation has condemned the Government's refusal to confirm how much the full fund will be worth.
A study from the Rarer Cancers Forum found wide variations across England in the number of patients granted access to medicines.
According to the forum, between 30% and 50% of all cancer cases could be classified as rarer, falling outside the common cancers such as colon, breast, lung and prostate.
Plenty of siblings have shared a pitch over the years but father and son pairings are much rarer.
Smoke This: Parkinson's is rarer among tobacco users" (SN: 7/14/07, p.
A PAIR of signed Muhammad Ali boxing gloves are rarer than Everton kicking off in the Premiership at 3pm on a Saturday afternoon.
Penny Wilson-Webb, of The Rarer Cancers Forum, said people with rarer conditions often felt "isolated and marginalised" due to a "lack of treatment options and support services for their cancers".
British Queen, a potato first developed in 1894, is valued for its fine flavour, shape and floury texture, while Red King Edward, a rarer relative of the more common King Edward potato, was developed in 1916.
It's unusual to find a collector's guide to minerals let alone the rarer fluorescent minerals, making this a valuable reference.
Of even rarer distinction is its Baccarat decanter, a limited edition bottling in honor of Johnnie Walker's 200th anniversary.
And it becomes more of a narrative problem, in the movie anyway, as emphasis shifts more and more to questions of sexual orientation and away from the rarer topic of how knowledge should be passed from one generation to another.