Thesaurus / rarity

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Now, within minutes of seeing a rarity, birders can text friends, alert listservs, post sightings to Facebook rare-birds groups, and—the choice of many—submit observations to eBird, a global online database.
HOW EBIRD CHANGED BIRDING FOREVERJESSIE WILLIAMSONDECEMBER 4, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
After seeing how much of a rarity she was in her new role at NASA and realizing the power of hip-hop, she decided to combine the two.
MEET NASA’S DOPEST ENGINEERJOSHUA EFERIGHEDECEMBER 2, 2020OZY
And, in another rarity, it ended up serving not so much as a companion but as a decoration.
With Yannick Ngakoue trade, Ravens get exactly what they need to keep pace with ChiefsNFL trades once were rarities as teams focused on the draft and free agent signings to construct their rosters.
Jackets from other brands feature a similar price tag and rarity to Mountain Hardwear’s.
They assessed the rarity of the temperatures these logged and trends in local temperatures.
Strange to say, in crossing the higher parts of the Andes not one of the party suffered from the rarity of the air.
THE ROVER OF THE ANDESR.M. BALLANTYNE
One such instance is worth repeating here, if only for its rarity.
On account of the continuous ascent and the rarity of the atmosphere we have to rest every twenty or thirty steps.
The rarity of such work as this greatly increases the importance of these Lincoln sculptures.

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