Deficiencies are rare in the U.
Freedom is rare in the universe.
This is rare in the marketplace.
It is a dense forest dweller, found in Liberia and is considered to be rare in the wild.
Second, feeders and gainers are rare, but one is not more rare in relation to the other.
Madness is rare in individuals-but in groups, parties, nations, and ages it is the rule.
Cooking Kangaroo Minma has killed a large kangaroo-an animal that is becoming increasingly rare in the central desert.
Carnivores are rare in the forest, making Gombe the ideal place for a walking safari, or a swim in one of the streams.
Mourning rituals are rare in the animal kingdom, but have also been observed in whales, elephants, chimps and gorillas.
It is rare for a diner waitress.
Rare for the Telegraph these days.
EXTREMELY RARE for sale on the Internet.
Geezer with the Tache, bit rare for a london skinhead to have a tache in those days wern't it? Great color photos Ed.
It's quite rare for a cricket-crazy nation that is used to having near capacity stadiums during international matches.
Pandas are the rarest of bears.
This is the rarest of occurrences.
The rarest of all are red diamonds.
Add to the list the rarest of intellectuals, Prof Ralston Rex Nettleford, among others.
Fortunately, it is rare of the incompetence of a poorly-trained librarian to kill people.
The Rum Diary has been one of those rarest of Hollywood projects: a film completed with no interference by committee.
Or so says HTC, which has introduced that most rare of creatures -- a budget ' droid that doesn't taste of Gingerbread.
Joe Moser is rare among veterans.
Not only is hunger relatively rare among U.
Dancing joyously, quite rare among Swiss people.
In any case men with ' educated ' accents, though rare among tramps, are not unknown.
Unity is relatively rare among the political leadership and the population in general.
Let's assume that this is very rare among planets and rate it at only one in a million.
Such opulence, poise and technological sophistication make a combination that is rare among luxury Auckland hotels.
Ewing's tumors occur most frequently in the white population and is rare among African-Americans and Asian-Americans.
Atheism and agnosticism are believed to be rare among Malians, most of whom practice their religion on a daily basis.
Laughter is rare at Norad since Sept.
By no means are they rare at hockey games.
Family oriented films were rare at that time.
You are so right, except I don't think it is that rare at Apple since the comeback began.
One of the best things about the game, and rare at the time, were just how these henchmen worked with you in real time.
What they did in directly was actually make halal Chinese food, something that was considerably rare at that point in time.
Such cases are rare on the whole.
Teenagers are fairly rare on the U.
Liberia fans are rare on the Internet.
But critics say breakthroughs that alter industry dynamics are rare on Sinofsky's watch.
Enameled surfaces are rare on musical instruments, but the nameplates of Viennese fortepianos are often enameled metal.
One or two crossbars, sometimes removable, may be inside the frame, but this is increasingly rare on modern instruments.
Birth is rare as a human being.
Continuity was a rare as a lunar eclipse.
And JC has that former-wingnut viewpoint that is still rare as a front-line commentator.
In most Western societies, immunisation is offered to all schoolchildren and congenital rubella is extremely rare as a result.
Letters are so rare from Don that they are framed by the receivers.
Such behaviour is rare from African women, and is provocative and challenging.
Shawwa says feedback from pros and peers is indispensable, yet increasingly rare from ever-busier publishers.
Clinton's blunt language toward Israel was rare from an American administration, and that she was relaying the anger of Mr.
DuPont and Honeywell are also big consumers of fluorspar TCMR: Explain to me why fluorspar is so rare from a geological perspective.
The best solar eclipses are total or annular, but those are very rare from a particular location; from most places, you see a partial eclipse.
It was his magical performance that underlined France's grand win over England, an outcome which was considered rare from the European perspective.
We like to cook our steaks rare to medium-rare.
Not rare to you as you have access to tonnes of it.
It should be there in rare to rare cases like we have for example Ajmal Amir Kasab case.
Examples of these behaviors being criticized or condemned by Bush Republican leaders are extremely rare to non-existent.
Problems are rare with new wells.
Happily such times were rare with him.
However, such deaths were rare with either policy.
Divorce is very rare with the Kikuyu's in spite of all the problems that women endure.
Any helpful interactions going on is by all odds super rare with the astronomic amount.
They are rarer with a higher degree of craftsmanship as they come from one distillery only.
Conclusion Changes to the parliamentary voting system in New Zealand have been rare with just three changes in 158 years.
Once in a blue moon I feel 25 -- usually when I've had eight hours ' sleep, which is rare with three children under seven.