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In 2020, the 40 biggest hits rarely hit 30 million streams, according to Quartz’s analysis of Spotify data.
While these happen relatively commonly in the real world, they rarely happen during candidate speeches or video calls, which are prime targets during an election season.Microsoft’s new video authenticator could help weed out dangerous deepfakes|Stan Horaczek|September 3, 2020|Popular Science
This is why you rarely smell when you’re blasting through a workout but no one wants to be around you an hour later.Working out at home? Here’s how to keep your house from smelling like a gym.|Harry Guinness|September 3, 2020|Popular Science
In his studies of coyote diets, he’s rarely found remains of pets or signs of human food, pet food or garbage.
Patients with mental health conditions rarely receive discounted passes.Morning Report: MTS Rejects Many Who Applied for Disabled Fare Reductions|Voice of San Diego|August 31, 2020|Voice of San Diego
They had rarely seen their own fathers carry small children unless their mothers were ill.
The penalty is only rarely imposed, as members often resign before they can be voted out of Congress.
“Moving on” from the death of a loved one is rarely uniform.
In Kabul you rarely see people shouting at each other or getting angry in public.
Mary is rarely just Mary in this selection—she is almost always depicted with her newborn or dead son.
The Cubans nearly all drink, but very little at a time, and rarely get drunk.Pioneering in Cuba|James Meade Adams
With its rarely fine atmosphere, so tonic and bracing, so free from the depressing fog of the North, it is a great sanitarium.
The great intellectual wealth of the German language has rarely been revealed to such an extent in any age as in this writer.
Because of prejudice, however, it is rarely that the happily married woman makes a business or professional career.Analyzing Character|Katherine M. H. Blackford and Arthur Newcomb
These minerals are rare, and the implements made of them were small chisel-like blades, rarely exceeding an inch in length.The New Stone Age in Northern Europe|John M. Tyler