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Electron is only 59 feet tall and scarcely four feet in diameter, significantly smaller than other rockets going to space today.
PETER BECK ON ROCKET LAB’S PUBLIC LISTING DEBUT, SPACE SPACS AND THE NEUTRON ROCKETARIA ALAMALHODAEIAUGUST 25, 2021TECHCRUNCH
He observed that in stark contrast to the English way of executing “great things in isolation…there is scarcely an undertaking so small that Americans do not unite for it.”
WHAT A RURAL CORNER OF AMERICA CAN TEACH US ALL ABOUT COMMUNITY AND RESILIENCEGIGI GEORGESAUGUST 6, 2021TIME
The delta variant plaguing much of the country has been scarcely detected in the District, and as cases among vaccinated people are generally not severe, the city’s hospitals are not overwhelmed by covid-19 patients.
D.C. REINSTATES INDOOR MASK MANDATE AS CORONAVIRUS CASES RISEJULIE ZAUZMER, KARINA ELWOODJULY 29, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The most glittering sporting event on the planet will be elevated once again by epic personal histories involving bloodshed, poverty and a level of endurance other Olympians could scarcely imagine.
THE OLYMPIC REFUGEE TEAM WAS CREATED TO OFFER HOPE. SOME ATHLETES ARE RUNNING AWAY FROM ITVIVIENNE WALTJULY 8, 2021TIME
People, who inhabit just a handful of Ross’ works, scarcely have the same impact.
WHY IS WATCHING BOB ROSS PAINT SO DANG SOOTHING? WE DECIDED TO INVESTIGATE.SARA CHODOSHJULY 2, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
They can scarcely afford any disruption to their income, as occurred last April when factories temporarily shut due to the pandemic and numerous workers lost their jobs.
INDIAN GARMENT WORKERS ARE CAUGHT BETWEEN COVID-19 AND LOST WAGESMARC BAINAPRIL 27, 2021QUARTZ
In Minnesota, where the temperature dropped below minus-20 degrees in February and scarcely a single customer lost gas or electricity, state officials are struggling to come up with an equitable solution to a debacle made in Texas.
MINNESOTA GASPS AT THE FINANCIAL DAMAGE IT FACES FROM THE TEXAS FREEZEWILL ENGLUNDAPRIL 22, 2021WASHINGTON POST
For 10 months, police have, according to multiple accounts, scarcely entered the area.
THE INTERSECTION WHERE GEORGE FLOYD DIED HAS BECOME A STRANGE, SACRED PLACE. WILL ITS LEGACY ENDURE?JANELL ROSS/MINNEAPOLISAPRIL 16, 2021TIME
A devastatingly handsome young man of 17, Philip could not be expected to show any great interest in her as a woman, but he could scarcely duck entertaining her.
HOW PRINCE PHILIP BECAME QUEEN ELIZABETH'S UNLIKELY HUSBANDLILY ROTHMANAPRIL 9, 2021TIME
Some patients on the wall had been passed between so many crews that their latest handlers scarcely knew what they’d come in for.
THE BROKEN FRONT LINEBY AVA KOFMAN, PHOTOGRAPHY BY KENDRICK BRINSON AND DAVID WALTER BANKSAPRIL 7, 2021PROPUBLICA
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WORDS RELATED TO SCARCELY

  • alternately
  • at irregular intervals
  • fluctuating
  • hardly
  • infrequently
  • intermittent
  • irregularly
  • not often
  • off and on
  • on and off
  • scarcely
  • sometimes
  • sporadically
  • vacillating
  • variable
  • very seldom
  • when the mood strikes
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