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Rare

Describing a coin that is extremely difficult to find. Depending on its quality, a rare coin may be quite valuable, depending on demand from collectors and investors. However, a rare coin may be a highly illiquid asset. See also: Numismatics.
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Having a voice is one thing, but 'Do you feel that your government is acting in your interest?' Eighty percent of the people in Kenya said 'rarely' or worse.
When asked "Do you feel that the voice of people like you matters in politics?" 54 percent of citizens in democracies said their voices "rarely" or "never" mattered, compared with 46 percent in non-democracies.
Adama Traore 7 Tricks and flicks and surges of pace terrified City but no one profited from final ball STEWART DOWNING 6 Some flashes and the odd well weighted pass but didn't impose himself on the game PATRICK BAMFORD 5 Suffered some rough stuff and struggled to get into the game before being clattered SUBSTITUTIONS BRITT ASSOMBALONGA 6 (for Bamford, 34) Worked the channels and closed down but rarely got into the box FABIO N/A (for Downing, 88) Brief cameo, barely got a touch MARTIN CRANIE N/A (for Traore, 90+3) Walk on role at the death MATCH STATS BORO v BCFC 3 SHOTS ON TARGET 3 5 SHOTS OFF TARGET 14 2 CORNERS 4 16 FOULS 17 42 POSSESSION 58 what did you think?
According to Express.co.uk, stomach cancer is often diagnosed at an advanced stage, because symptoms can be rarely comprehend at the start.
In our case, TB was right-settled and it was in the more rarely seen supernumerary type.1
Did well to snuff out the threat of Robben, but rarely got the chance to go forward
The industry bemoans this negative coverage, but rarely does anything about it - collectively or as individual companies.
Summary: A rarely spotted blue whale measuring about 30 metres and weighing almost 200 tonnes made a quick stop in waters off Sydney, Australia.
Speaking at a conference at Ansty, near Coventry, Sir Nicholas Wall said separating parents "rarely behave reasonably" and a less adversarial system was needed in the family justice system.
Some of the mothers ate vegetables rarely and others consumed vegetables every day.
RARELY can so much venom have been directed at a work of town regeneration as has been poured on the modernisation of St George's Square.
My fiance's family is pressing us to invite relatives they rarely see.