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  • v. Present participle of sculpt.


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  • They're made out of plastic that feels just like the plastic they use for the anatomical models you had in senior biology class, with the same color schemes, but the sculpting is absolutely gorgeous, making them into stylish knick-knacks as well as interesting scientific instructional materials.

    Boing Boing

  • They're obviously both writing forms, but to me they're as different as sculpting is to painting.

    Anis Shivani: Short Stories Versus Novels: What Is Unique About The Short Story Form?

  • Just because you don't understand the methods or the results does not mean you have the right to defame its importance in sculpting the future of the space program .. that demonstrates only pure ignorance in the face of important decisions that must be made.

    Mike Griffin Bids Farewell - NASA Watch

  • Peterson's allegiance to blues-based harmonies was simply a result of his creativity being more fully engaged in sculpting the rhythmic flow.

    Come Fly With Me

  • A Renaissance man himself, he has honed his skills in sculpting, painting and tattoo artistry.

    One-of-a-Kind Geoff Thomas Jewelry Designs

  • More than raising buildings, he is often described as sculpting public space.

    Skyline Sculptor

  • If no one succeeds in sculpting an arrowhead, the hypothesis is untenable.

    Stone Tools and Arguments Against Design

  • I got kind of obsessed with the idea of sculpting my own out of Play/Magic dough.

    Sunday Sweets: Candy!!

  • Then one day she hit upon the idea of sculpting pieces of sushi from chocolate.

    2005 January » Japundit Blog

  • An artist friend of mine designed his own home in San Miguel and was on-site almost daily, practically "sculpting" the house.

    Day of the Holy Cross?


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