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Images like those recently released by the researchers at the University of Arizona have also suggested that landslides and ancient rivers sculpted Valles Mariners after it ripped open.

Although he did not win a championship with the team then known as the Bullets, his regular season record of 155-91 would be sculpted in bronze when stacked up against the franchise’s struggles and frustrations over the past four decades.

Like dinosaurs, Saturn and Jupiter roamedThey sculpted this system that humans call homeTheir orbits first shrank, then shifted and grew.

Even after 14 billion years, mergers continue to sculpt the overall shape of the galaxy.

Sketch out the character you want to sculpt, and yeah, you’ll have to get your head around the fundamentals of sculpting.

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I was drawing and painting and writing and then I was sculpting.

No one teaches butter sculpting, and its practitioners guard their secrets closely.

Schlesinger spends his time sculpting—and several ceramic works can now be seen alongside the photographs in his new show.

Everyone, it appears, seems to be sculpting her in the image they best see fit.

"Just sculpting Dylan is a long, involved process with many steps," he said.

If they'd done flesh-sculpting on her, it could cause complications.

But there was the murmur of a woman's voice without, and Fairfax, his sculpting tools in his hands, opened the door.


On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sculpting, such as: design, painting, abstraction, carving, description, and illustration.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.