In that way they have made a plaster cast just the shape of the hole.
A plaster cast of a hand, however comely the hand may be, is not a work of art.
She pointed to the fragments of a plaster cast that had been thrown down.
Go straight home and I'll come out and put it in a plaster cast.'
In the meantime, Bill Arnold had been preparing the material for a plaster cast.
It was a plaster cast, taken from the life, of a female foot.
It is a plaster cast of the martyr Geronimo in the agony of death.
The comb-like ridges on the plaster cast have the form of the ice crystals.
No; you need only make my bust—just a plaster cast—and give it to her.
But such an account of Voltaire's procedure is as misleading as the plaster cast of a dance.