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The school eventually began admitting women, but maintained its status as a rarefied institution where school breaks are spent on week-long camping trips and all students are given a horse to care for in their first year.
ELITE CALIFORNIA PRIVATE SCHOOL COMES CLEAN ON DECADES OF SEXUAL ABUSEEMILY SHUGERMANJUNE 17, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
In those years and across those miles, the ship will be looking for other Kuiper Belt objects in its path that may warrant a visit, and will be studying the space environment as it sails on to more and more rarefied distances.
AFTER VISITING PLUTO, NASA'S NEW HORIZONS SPACECRAFT REACHES ANOTHER COSMIC MILESTONEJEFFREY KLUGERAPRIL 16, 2021TIME
Small-batch artisan vegan cheese, the kind that oozes, stinks, and blooms as convincingly as its dairy counterparts, constitutes the highest and most rarefied tier of vegan cheese.
VEGAN CHEESE IS READY TO COMPETE WITH DAIRY. IS THE WORLD READY TO EAT IT?ALICIA KENNEDYAPRIL 1, 2021EATER
Now, with two recent papers, Michael Filaseta of the University of South Carolina has carried the idea further, coming up with an even more rarefied class of digitally delicate prime numbers.
MATHEMATICIANS FIND A NEW CLASS OF DIGITALLY DELICATE PRIMESSTEVE NADISMARCH 30, 2021QUANTA MAGAZINE
Kennedy’s commitment to people forgotten in the rarefied halls of the Capitol shaped decades of seminal legislation, ranging from the Americans With Disabilities Act to the Family and Medical Leave Act to the Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act.
XAVIER BECERRA IS THE VICTIM OF THE RIGHT’S DISTORTION OF CATHOLICISMDUNCAN HOSIEMARCH 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Since breaking out on SoundCloud in late 2015, the now-19-year-old singer and songwriter has ascended to such a rarefied level of fame as to require almost no introduction.
BILLIE EILISH: THE WORLD'S A LITTLE BLURRY IS A MOSTLY FASCINATING PORTRAIT OF AN APOCALYPTIC TEEN POP STARJUDY BERMANFEBRUARY 26, 2021TIME
The answer which will appeal most to Nobel purists is that it was a professor emeritus of Harvard Law School, the sort of rarefied individual who the committee clearly hopes will weigh in on such important decisions.
YOU, TOO, CAN BECOME A NOBEL PEACE PRIZE NOMINEEPHILIP BUMPFEBRUARY 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Not excited, exactly, not jumping for joy at the thought of joining the rarefied ranks of the immune.
WHY KIDS MATTER IN THE QUEST TO STAMP OUT COVID-19WIREDJANUARY 31, 2021ARS TECHNICA
Maybe they change how we view obvious, thrilling hires worthy of rarefied certainty.
ONCE OBVIOUS AND THRILLING, THREE COLLEGE FOOTBALL COACHING HIRES HAVE LOST THEIR LUSTERCHUCK CULPEPPERNOVEMBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
In its ascent the air is cooled, rarefied, and to a great extent deprived of its moisture.
OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER
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