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sculpt

(skŭlpt) [Fr. sculpter, to carve]
To change the form or shape of a material, including a part of the body. In health care the term is applied to the contouring of both hard and soft tissues, e.g., using by exercise or cosmetic surgery.
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t you sculpted a statue of a famous Kurdish figure yet?
A Canada goose mounted on a Texas armadillo with it wings widely spread, has been sculpted in front of the couple.
Ball returned to America in 1897 and with his son-in-law, William Couper, sculpted a statue of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in Washington, D.
He and his wife Jetta carefully studied the sculpted ceilings and tiles created by artists over seven hundred years before they were born.
Working with photos, the artist sculpted this statue in 2.
Given the uncertainty regarding the actual location of Augustine's remains in the church, the sculpted effigy might also be seen as taking the place of the absent body, offering pilgrims tangible proof of Augustine's saintly presence.
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The sculptor, Rajkapoor Chitera, sculpted the portraits of the trio of the Maharashtra Police while the locals decorated them with garlands and even performed rituals.
There are also miniature gold orchids sculpted by artist Mickey Nax.
Unlike the water-carved riverbeds on Earth, the channels on Titan were probably sculpted by liquid methane and ethane.
The Stretching, Strengthening and Sculpting class will use yoga and pilates methods, as well as hand-held weights and tubing to enhance flexibility, strength, body awareness and a sculpted appearance while improving posture.
Anna was still a Carmelite foundation, and over the next decade-and-a-half was outfitted with a sculpted altarpiece, four huge marble wall epitaphs carved in low relief, elaborate choir stalls with wooden busts of prophets and sibyls, a pipe organ with splendid painted shutters, a brass grill by the Vischer family of Nuremberg which in the end was never installed, and finally a marble balustrade to replace the rejected grill.