Static HTML Files Not Being Displayed with WordPress

This can occur when WordPress's .htaccess rewrites take place over the static html file. 

Place the following command early in your .htaccess file to not apply further rewrite rules:

RewriteRule ^thefile\.htm$ -[PT,L]
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