"Primate fossils are as rare as hen's teeth
," said first author Richard Kay, a professor of evolutionary anthropology at Duke who has been doing paleontological research in South America for nearly four decades.
So for now, a straight and honest answer from Boris remains as rare as hen's teeth
ASK anyone with a dairy-free diet and they will tell you that Baileys Almande has been as rare as hen's teeth
to find over the last few months.
It's rare as hen's teeth
to find something honestly different when it comes to holsters--but this is one.
For supporters of our four regional sides, a Saturday afternoon kick-off is as rare as hen's teeth
. While supporters, I believe, are happy with the occasional Friday evening fixture, most yearn for Saturday afternoon rugby.
She said: "I had to wait for nine years to get mine because they're as rare as hen's teeth
. We found that they are generally passed from generation to generation and I'll be doing the same."
UNSUNG Chris Tullin goals are as rare as hen's teeth
but it was the former Nuneaton Borough defender who was on target to earn Bedworth United a 1-1 home draw against Burnham at the end of November and a repeat feat in the return at the Gore tomorrow would be most welcome.
FOR ME, finding an affinity with any current politician is almost as rare as hen's teeth
There are plenty of places in England where NHS dentists are as rare as hen's teeth
Once as rare as hen's teeth
, omega-3 eggs are practically mainstream these days.
Roger Staszewski of Kingswood Estates in West Denton said bungalows were "as rare as hen's teeth
" and he wished they had more as there are plenty of buyers waiting for them.
As for songs in 6/8 time, they are as rare as hen's teeth
. The average drummers would not know how to accompany thelatter, since they do not hold the sticks correctly, and cannot do a roll.
If you haven't seen one of these striking newcomers on the road yet, that is because they are as rare as hen's teeth
, which helps to preserve their exclusivity and also their second-hand values.
In years gone by they played in various parts of the world but nowadays gigs are rare as hen's teeth
The Diamonds' band of three regulars and as many guests were always fighting an uphill battle on a track where Newcastle wins, even stretching back before the war, are as rare as hen's teeth