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  • No library holds a complete set, and some of his books are exceedingly rare.
  • But these old buildings are becoming exceedingly rare, and soon not one of them will be seen. Cited from Life & Times of Col. Daniel Boone, by Cecil B. Harley
  • It is not nearly as fine as the other three and is exceedingly rare.
  • These individuals are so exceedingly rare, however, that they need not be discussed here. Cited from Woman and the New Race, by Margaret Sanger
  • It should be noted that bad faith actions are exceedingly rare outside the United States.
  • It had little success, and copies of the first edition are now exceedingly rare. Cited from Brief History of English and American Literature, by Henry A. Beers
  • In the early days a fatal end to a fight was exceedingly rare. Cited from Through the Magic Door, by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Some species are common to the point of being considered vermin while others are exceedingly rare.
  • But since the beginning of the seventeenth century, the practice has become exceedingly rare. Cited from Our Day, by W. A. Spicer
  • The really happy returns of this kind must be exceedingly rare. Cited from Afoot in England, by W.H. Hudson
  • These little books are exceedingly rare, but copies have been discovered both plain and coloured. Cited from The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb, Vol. 3: Books for Children, by Lamb
  • Parts of human skeletons have also been occasionally found, but they are exceedingly rare. Cited from The Story of Creation, T. S. Ackland
  • This species is exceedingly rare and known only from a few specimens; little is known about it.
  • Few will maintain that it has been exceedingly rare. Cited from English Prose, Ed. by Frederick William Roe and George Roy Elliott
  • But the work is exceedingly rare, especially the third volume. Cited from Biographical Memorials of James Oglethorpe, by Thaddeus Mason Harris
  • Such cases, if they occur at all, are exceedingly rare, but are of theoretical interest. Cited from Taboo and Genetics, by Knight, Peters, and Blanchard
  • It is, however, exceedingly rare, on account of the enormous cost of production. Cited from The Art of Perfumery, by G. W. Septimus Piesse
  • Many of these volumes are exceedingly rare and many are unique.
  • It's an exceedingly rare plant now, and it's not been my luck to come across any. Cited from Monitress Merle, by Angela Brazil
  • She also has the natural ability to cancel magic, which is an exceedingly rare ability.
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