No, because the earth turns at a constant rate. The exact time that sunrise and sunset occur varies according to the viewer’s latitude. I guess you could make the argument that sunrise and sunset last a lot longer at the poles, because they don’t turn, but that’s usually described as a change in the length of a day rather than in the length of the sunrise or sunset.
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