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  • noun Plural form of rarety.


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  • We have tried all sorts over the years, most notably when "The Times" ran a promotion with the Heligan Gardens, the upshot being packets of rareties such as salsify and scorzenara arriving month by month.

    Jean's Knitting Jean 2009

  • Tonight's laptop and CDJ-free zone sees the first in a series of Back2Wax outings at the city centre's Basement Bar as guests Mark Duffin, producer and head honcho of Bored Audio Records, and Belfast's Stephen Laverty, mine their crates for party starters and rareties.

    Clubs picks of the week 2011

  • In the same way that my own memories of holidays at my Granny and Grampy's caravan in Cumbria are of red squirrels and the caravan site's playground, she was more interested in what was outside than in, her appreciation of vintage rareties not yet honed.

    Caravans just got cooler 2010

  • We set out and voyaged from island to island till we had crossed the sea and landed on the shores of the Persian Gulf, when the merchants brought out and sold their stores: I also sold what I had at a high profit; and I bought some of the prettiest things in the place for presents and beautiful rareties and everything else I wanted.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night 2006

  • Bill Waterson rareties, “for the Calvin connoisseur.”

    Bill Watterson Rareties « Gerry Canavan 2007

  • Bill Waterson rareties, "for the Calvin connoisseur."

    Bill Watterson Rareties 2007

  • The restaurant idea is too good to relegate to such rareties.

    The Swell Dressed Party Cynthia Rowley 2005

  • The restaurant idea is too good to relegate to such rareties.

    The Swell Dressed Party Cynthia Rowley 2005

  • St. Lawrence, the eighth wonder of the world; and truly considering the site of the place, the state of the thing, the symmetry of the structure, with diverse other rareties, it may be called so; for what I have seen in Italy and other places are but baubles to it.

    Familiar Spanish Travels 2004

  • With Q as your guide there's no more anxious dithering in the record shop with a Paul Weller CD in one hand and a collection of Fall rareties in the other.

    FallNews 1998


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