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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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Chefs' perceptions of customers' preferences for rareness differed significantly from customer's true preferences: not only did chefs prefer to serve livers more rare than customers wanted them served, they also thought that customers wanted chicken livers more rare than the customers themselves indicated (p = 0.
Some examples are: (a) value adding on potentially valuable capabilities, which is indicated by the rareness index; (b) adequacy of the protection level of valuable (potential and effective) capabilities; and (c) trade-off between stabilization of the capability by formalization and flexibility, indicated by fitness in future performance in case of a change in construct.
It contains the discourse of the whole world, which is at this day most beautiful; a thing of that singularity, curiousness, and rareness, that England hath not the like again.
She reserves rareness for her venture into the new world of modern innovation in oriental school.
To its rareness, the temple possess six secret 'nilavara' A, B, C, D, E and F (vaults to keep the assets safely).
At the other end of the spectrum, most universities are not offering courses dealing with international business and VRIO (value, rareness, immutability and organization) analysis.
8220;The wolf color appeal must be according to its rareness in a region.
42) assigned by the site rareness in relation to the area, integrity and intactness, representativeness and pedagogical value, diversity, other geological features with heritage value, scientific knowledge and rareness at a national level.
The value of gold is of course a result of its rareness and also of its interesting physical characteristics.