Synsets for "rare"

Synset: rare.s.01

Synonyms: rare

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: not widely known; especially valued for its uncommonness

Examples: a rare word | rare books

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Synset: rare.s.02

Synonyms: rare

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: recurring only at long intervals

Examples: a rare appearance | total eclipses are rare events

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Synset: rare.s.03

Synonyms: rare

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: not widely distributed

Examples: rare herbs | rare patches of green in the desert

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Synset: rare.s.04

Synonyms: rare

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: having low density

Examples: rare gasses | lightheaded from the rarefied mountain air

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Synset: rare.s.05

Synonyms: rare

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: marked by an uncommon quality; especially superlative or extreme of its kind

Examples: what is so rare as a day in June"-J.R.Lowell | a rare skill | an uncommon sense of humor | she was kind to an uncommon degree

Lemmas: rare uncommon

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Synset: rare.s.06

Synonyms: rare

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: (of meat) cooked a short time; still red inside

Examples: rare roast beef

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Rare Coin Wholesalers Rare Coin Wholesalers is a rare-coin company that specializes in United States rare coins. Located in Irvine, California, Rare Coin Wholesalers buys, sells, appraises and trades rare coins and precious metals. Originally established as a S.L. Contursi company in 1990, the owners have bought and sold over two billion dollars' worth of rare coins.
The Rare Ould Times "The Rare Ould Times" is a song composed by Pete St. John in the 1970s for the Dublin City Ramblers. It is sometimes called "Dublin in the Rare Ould Times", "The Rare Old Times", or "The Rare Auld Times".
Rare earth industry in China Chinese rare earth industry also have two journals which published research in rare earth minerals. They are the Journal of Rare Earth and China Rare Earth Information (CREI) Journal.
Rare (company) Game development costs gradually increased, and Nintendo did not provide Rare with more capital nor did they purchase the company's remaining stake. According to Rare founders Tim and Chris Stamper, they were surprised that Nintendo did not directly acquire the studio. Rare then looked for potential buyers. In early 2000, workers from Activision and Microsoft began visiting Rare with purchase offers. Rare was interested in Activision's offer, but the deal collapsed and on 24 September 2002 Microsoft purchased Rare for $375 million. Rare became a first-party developer for Microsoft's Xbox. Character trademarks from games developed by Rare for Nintendo consoles, such as Conker of "Conker's Bad Fur Day" and Banjo of the "Banjo-Kazooie" series, were retained by Rare; intellectual property created by Nintendo, such as "Donkey Kong" and "Star Fox", were retained by Nintendo. This left "Donkey Kong Racing", due for release for the GameCube, unreleased. 30 employees left Rare during the transition.
Rare disease Research publications emphasize rare diseases that are chronic or incurable, although many short-term medical conditions are also rare diseases.
Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbaride The cards come in five different rarities: Normal, Rare, Special, Super Rare, and Legend Rare. The rarer cards tend to be more powerful, with Super Rare and Legend Rare possessing gold text and holofoil backgrounds.
Jewelpet Universe In the "Twinkle" anime, the human world is referred by the Jewel-Landians as the Rare Rare World. The term Rare Rare is Jewel-Landian for anything human-related, and everyone in Jewel Land referrer to the humans in this word and terms, especially the high-class magicians of the Magic Academy. The name Rare Rare Drops comes from this term.
Rare breed (agriculture) In 2009, The Livestock Conservancy launched an online classified advertising service for promoting rare breeds. It allows the general public to "browse listings of rare breed livestock and poultry for sale, rare breed products such as meats and wools and other items that help secure the future of rare breeds".
Rare earth industry in China These journals are published by the Chinese Society of Rare Earths established in 1980 by Chinese rare earth researchers.
Rare disease Rare diseases can vary in prevalence between populations, so a disease that is rare in some populations may be common in others. This is especially true of genetic diseases and infectious diseases. An example is cystic fibrosis, a genetic disease: it is rare in most parts of Asia but relatively common in Europe and in populations of European descent. In smaller communities, the founder effect can result in a disease that is very rare worldwide being prevalent within the smaller community. Many infectious diseases are prevalent in a given geographic area but rare everywhere else. Other diseases, such as many rare forms of cancer, have no apparent pattern of distribution but are simply rare. The classification of other conditions depends in part on the population being studied: All forms of cancer in children are generally considered rare, because so few children develop cancer, but the same cancer in adults may be more common.
National Organization for Rare Disorders The National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) is an American non-profit organization aiming to provide support for individuals with rare diseases by advocating and funding research, education, and networking among service providers. It was founded in 1983 by Abbey Meyers, along with individuals with rare diseases leaders of rare disease support groups, and it is a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization.
Doonies Farm Doonies Rare Breeds Farm, Aberdeen, has one of Scotland's largest collections of rare and endangered farm animal breeds. The farm is nationally recognised as a breeding centre for rare breeds. There are 23 rare animal breeds on the farm.
Rare earth mineral A rare earth mineral is a mineral that contains one or more rare earth elements as major metal constituents. Rare earth minerals are usually found in association with alkaline to peralkaline igneous complexes, in pegmatites associated with alkaline magmas and in or associated with carbonatite intrusives. Perovskite mineral phases are common hosts to rare earth elements within the alkaline complexes. Mantle-derived carbonate melts are also carriers of the rare earths. Hydrothermal deposits associated with alkaline magmatism contain a variety of rare earth minerals.
Rare disease The European Organization for Rare Diseases (EURORDIS) also includes both rare diseases and neglected diseases into a larger category of "orphan diseases".
Stichophthalma sparta Evans reports the butterfly as not rare in Sikkim and Assam and as very rare in the Naga Hills. Haribal reports the butterfly as rare in Sikkim.
Rare Disease Day Rare Disease Day is an observance held on the last day of February to raise awareness for rare diseases and improve access to treatment and medical representation for individuals with rare diseases and their families. It was established in 2008 because, according to European Organisation for Rare Diseases (EURORDIS), treatment for many rare diseases is insufficient, as are the social networks to support individuals with rare diseases and their families; furthermore, while there were already numerous days dedicated to sufferers of individual diseases (such as AIDS, cancer, etc.), there had previously not been a day for representing sufferers of rare diseases. In 2009 Rare Disease Day went global as National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) mobilized 200 rare disease patient advocacy organizations in the United States while organizations in China, Australia, Taiwan, and Latin America also lead efforts in their respective countries to coordinate activities and promote the day. In addition, leading rare disease patient advocacy organizations including the Global Genes Project have joined forces to promote Rare Disease Day.
Independent Online Booksellers Association The other scholarship could be used at CABS, the Rare Book School (RBS), the California Rare Book School (CalRBS) or the London Rare Book School.
Ladytron On 20 December 2011, Nettwerk issued the remix compilations "604 (Remixed & Rare)", "Light & Magic (Remixed & Rare)" and "Witching Hour (Remixed & Rare)".
Bibasis harisa It is considered by William Harry Evans to be very rare in Hong Kong, rare in South India, but not rare in the Himalayas.
Dutch orthography Free is fairly rare and is mostly confined to loanwords and names. As tense is rare except before , free is likewise rare except before .