rare

(redirected from rareness)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Idioms.

rare

(of a gas, esp the atmosphere at high altitudes) having a low density; thin; rarefied

RARE

R?seaux Associ?s pour la Recherche Europ?enne
References in periodicals archive ?
This suggest that human-mediated processes are one of the major the drivers of their rareness in the Andes.
Depending on the rare occurrence of renal artery thromboembolism due to its rareness and its being less known, a correct diagnosis and a correct treatment are often delayed.
Large prospective series to validate these results are urgently needed especially with the rareness of these highly malignant sarcomas.
Specifically concerning process innovations, the degree of novelty valued or rareness is related to exploitation (Un & Asakawa, 2015), whose main characteristics include: (i) a structure focused on cost and profit; (ii) critical tasks related to operations, efficiency and incremental innovation; (iii) operational capabilities; (iv) formal and mechanistic structure; (v) control and rewards related to margins and productivity; (vi) culture centered on efficiency, low risk, quality and the customer; and (vii) authoritarian leadership (O'Reilly & Tuschman, 2004).
There is no standard treatment for sarcomatoid carcinoma due to rareness of tumour.
Four other strategies: expense (abundance), luxuriousness (processing), valuableness (extending the product's life), and rareness (abundance) drive perceptions of the worth of the product.
It solidified the potential and rareness of the diamonds recovered at the Karowe mine.
A rapid diagnosis and close vigilance are mandatory, especially in adults, because of the rareness of the disorder.
We presented this case because of the rareness of disease and our patient is only the second Turkish case with a genetically confirmed diagnosis.
Facilities and equipment###1) Shortage of vehicles and equipment, 2) Mismatch between input and goals, 3) Expensiveness and rareness of equipment
soil type and moisture, competition from more robust species, presence in the soil seed bank, other disturbances) plus the inherent rareness of suitable habitat for these species (Casanova and Brock 2000; Capon 2003; Raulings et al.
"I think this provides further testament [to] the rareness of your tree and how special it is." (See "Dutch Elm Disease Update," June 2006.)