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“As rare as hen’s teeth”:

This idiom means something is extremely rare or difficult to find, as hens don’t have teeth.
Example: “Finding an honest politician is as rare as hen’s teeth these days.”

“As rare as rocking horse manure”:

This idiom means something is extremely rare or nonexistent, as horse manure that’s been turned into a rare commodity like rocking horse manure.
Example: “A job offer from that company is as rare as rocking horse manure.”

“As rare as a blue moon”:

This idiom means something that happens very rarely, as a blue moon, which is a second full moon in a calendar month.
Example: “My brother visits me only once in a blue moon, so I’m always excited to see him.”

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