Thesaurus / carving

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In carving a ham, begin not quite in the centre, but a little nearer to the hock.

Wood-working, of which the principal branch is carpentry—turning and carving occupying a minor place.

We find no instances of carving so low in absolute merit as are the best of the wall-paintings of the same periods.

The Grotesque in Church ArtT. Tindall Wildridge

Only twenty lines in length, it stated that a stone bearing both Elizabethan and Indian carving had been found on the nearby farm.

The Wishing WellMildred A. Wirt

It is in the art of carving that the Indian race appears to have achieved its greatest sthetic triumph.

He prided himself very much upon his carving, upon making a first-class job of it.

Bliss, and Other StoriesKatherine Mansfield

He wanted to try a pattern of his own for a small huche that was finished all but the carving.

The design and drawing of the figures in Byzantine enamels is similar to the mosaic and carving.

It is covered with carving, and here and there it is gilded.

They were forbidden to have carving knives above a certain length or horses above a certain value.

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