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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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Using only the sense of touch, encourage students to sculpt a 3D form.
Without opening the bag, students press through the plastic to sculpt a 3-D form.
Explain to them that they will quickly sculpt a form, then with a partner, they will purposefully smash their two sculptures together.
Now, he estimates that he's one of hundreds of people who sculpt sand on a regular basis.
Zooth's collection of oral care products -- manual sculpted toothbrushes, toothpastes and power toothbrushes -- is targeted to various groups and development stages of children between the ages of 18 months and 11 years.
Our assortment of manual sculpted toothbrushes and our line of character toothpastes and power brushes are found in the oral care planograms of drug, food and discount stores," notes Biernbaum.
Biernbaum believes that Zooth started a lasting trend in children's oral care with sculpted character manual toothbrushes.
The result: In 1987, the Smithsonian returned two sculpted wooden war gods to the Zuni.