How To Use Sculpted In A Sentence

  • The architectonics of the sculpted locks, the author argues, augment their power to fend off sorcery and other malevolent forces.
  • The figures of his angels are elongated, with wings stretched upward as if they were sculpted by the Gothic masters.
  • Another tomb of interest (and of which we will speak in extenso in the next instalment of this series) is the tomb of the Pope Clement II, the only pope to be buried north of the Alps. The statue, sculpted by the same (unknown) sculptor as the Horseman, was originally the slab of the tomb, which remains on the west choir, behind the cathedra: Catholic Bamberg: The Cathedral
  • The fused parietals form the posterior two-thirds of the sagittal crest, expanding posteriorly to form a flattened, sculpted deck behind the supratemporal fenestrae adjacent to the squamosals.
  • Along with elaborate vessels and sculpted creatures, Diakite creates platters, plates, bowls, and a variety of other forms that are sold as both functional objects and works of art.
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  • Everything was sculpted to present an elegant, Japanese refinement, using dark woods and red silks and gold embroidery and edging.
  • Here, a drumlin, an oval mound smooth-sculpted by glaciers, rises to give an uninterrupted panorama of sea, fields and forests from its grassy crown.
  • To get around conventional limitations, the researchers sculpted an array of sub-wavelength-wide grooves (dubbed a metamaterial) directly on the facet of quantum cascade lasers. The Engineer - News
  • The bronze doors are covered with sculpted reliefs.
  • Sculpted of polyurethane resin and acrylic paint, the tableau rests on a shallow platform about 23 feet long and 14 feet wide.
  • His beautifully sculpted body was sheathed in tan breeches and a white lined shirt, half opened at the neck.
  • I was concentrating on a sculpted bust that had caught my eye, a familiar one, worked by a familiar hand.
  • A burnished finish softens the outlines and underscores the sculpted story. Times, Sunday Times
  • On the exterior there are sculpted heads of the likes of Palmerston and Gladstone. Times, Sunday Times
  • A burnished finish softens the outlines and underscores the sculpted story. Times, Sunday Times
  • Two grand staircases frame the 50m long ramp, sumptuously sculpted with coiled dragons, marking the imperial emblem.
  • At the backcountry Silverton Mountain ski area in a snow-filled gulch sits a perfectly sculpted, 500-foot long, 22-foot deep halfpipe. Secret pipe dream gives Shaun White a snowboarding edge
  • The United States was created by migration and the modern world has been sculpted by migration.
  • What we didn't expect was to find the thing perched on a weather-sculpted and bus-sized block of gritstone.
  • His sculpted nose grew to a point, sharp at the tip and deformed in many ways.
  • The ambient subdued lighting enhances the Art Deco boldness as the black and white tiled floor and sculpted bar invoke memories of speakeasy days and jazz filled nights.
  • On the top floor, the dragon is in the air, with writhing translucent light-filled ceilings and walls curvaceously sculpted to make benches, cupboards and seats.
  • High, sculpted cheekbones, large, dark eyes and, boy, could she pack a punch.
  • When her neighbour's house was flattened in airstrikes she fled again and now lives in makeshift tents sculpted out of tree trunks and beige canvases. Times, Sunday Times
  • And the playful prints, ditzy designs and sculpted shapes look sure to be a massive hit. The Sun
  • The building's delicately sculpted arches, domes and turrets are brilliantly mirrored in the waters below.
  • Its columns are tall and slender, its capitals have bountiful acanthus leaves with big scrolls and its entablature sports an ostentatiously sculpted frieze and cornice. Renaissance architecture: how to identify the Roman orders
  • Your face sculpted in clay while you wait! Times, Sunday Times
  • And the playful prints, ditzy designs and sculpted shapes look sure to be a massive hit. The Sun
  • His face, which was colourless, deeply grooved, with sculpted lips, was severe and so shadowed it was like dusty ivory. LOOKING FOR THE SPARK
  • It is life sculpted by extreme and hostile conditions, life that is fragile and all but unknown.
  • Sculpted from wooden strips separated by thin aluminum dividers, each panel consists of an array of wells of equal width but different depths.
  • As the resort's rules demand, walls are sculpted out of white rendered masonry, and there is a shallow thatched roof.
  • The men sport meticulous buzzcuts or sculpted bouffants, while the women swell suggestively beneath their modest attire.
  • Sculpted berms here, geometrically-patterned rows of exhaust stacks there, mastaba-shaped radar facility right over there, chalked footpaths everywhere. Boullée in North Dakota
  • The Ionic order is more elegant and matronly – think Boticelli's Venus – with often unfluted columns, scrolled capitals, friezes that are sometimes adorned with elaborately sculpted bas-relief and dentils – a row of small blocks – below the cornices. Renaissance architecture: how to identify the Roman orders
  • The figures were sculpted from single blocks of marble.
  • We learned there are many types of lava: pahoehoe and aa both terms being Hawaiian, naturally, and referring to highly sculpted lava and to lava with jagged clinker on the top you shout "ah ah!" as you walk along the clinker in bare feet. Americana
  • Dressed all in black with high-heeled boots, her hair is scraped back in a ponytail, revealing sculpted cheekbones.
  • The library has stone totem poles on either side of the entrance, and the banks are embellished with sculpted friezes of bush planes, wheat sheafs, geese and wildflowers.
  • Brown rather than pink, these jumbos are sculpted out of stone and they support the building.
  • He is wearing biker boots, studded trousers and a sculpted leather jacket zipped up tight. Times, Sunday Times
  • Against this grisly, dark smutch the whites of the man's eyes stood out like sculpted marbles. Dirge
  • After losing 100 pounds and toning up, I couldn't wait to wear a tank top that showed off my sculpted arms and skirts that flattered my slimmer legs!
  • I'm certainly no looker, but my short dark hair and green eyes definitely look good on my sculpted face, and I keep in shape.
  • Aye, sculpted in whitest alabaster to emphasize his purity.
  • The Corinthian order is also very feminine in nature, characterised primarily by its ornate capitals, which sport two rows of sculpted acanthus leaves with small volutes spiral scrolls in the corners. Renaissance architecture: how to identify the Roman orders
  • Although she appears to have a messy chopped pixie, her hair is actually very carefully cut and precisely sculpted.
  • To the extent that the physical make-up of organisms provides heritable variation, it becomes a malleable clay that can be sculpted by selection.
  • On the outside, Mazda has sculpted the 2012 vehicle's flanks with a flourish of intertwining light lines inspired by what the company calls the "Nagari" styling vocabulary. Mazda5 Says Yes to Convenience, No to Bloat
  • The viewer himself is the human element in this work, the experiencer, outwardly-gazing, whereas the observer of a sculpted figure is dissociated from their very humanity and represented experience.
  • The pink satin of her slipper glowed softly and the ribbons sculpted her ankle.
  • More familiar landscapes have been sculpted by surface erosion.
  • The hill's north side is sculpted by two huge corries divided by the big north-east shoulder of the mountain.
  • Although a handful of imported marble sarcophagi and a number of sculpted stelai are known, the cippus was the funerary monument of choice for the middle classes.
  • A panorama of the Houses of Parliament is sculpted in silver and 24-carat gold, along with the lion and unicorn from the royal standard.
  • Years of working as a master carpenter had sculpted his body as cleverly as he had sculpted the banisters on the staircases in their home.
  • With Stonehenge, it looks like other human lithic monuments, sculpted (with chisel marks perhaps), but long before humans existed. After thoughts on Barr
  • This means your arm stays still while your hand is supported by the large sculpted casing that houses the scroll wheel and buttons. Times, Sunday Times
  • And that finger snap notwithstanding, some songs feel a little too perfect, with every violin note in place, every word meticulously sculpted. The Odd Couple
  • Your face sculpted in clay while you wait! Times, Sunday Times
  • With deft fingers, she carefully sculpted the whitish-gray mass into a semblance of a man, a fat, chunky man with sagging limbs, but a man nonetheless.
  • Dressed all in black with high-heeled boots, her hair is scraped back in a ponytail, revealing sculpted cheekbones.
  • Crops were withering, cattle were dying, and the river that once sculpted canyons was a trickle.
  • Minna Harkavy (1895 – 1987), born in Estonia, also sculpted An American Miner’s Family in 1931, and reacted to the Holocaust in her 1939 statue of a sad mother and child, titled Lamentations, and in her later The Last Prayer. Art in the United States.
  • Mary looked confused suddenly, her perfectly sculpted eyebrows forming a vee as she frowned.
  • A panorama of the Houses of Parliament is sculpted in silver and 24-carat gold, along with the lion and unicorn from the royal standard.
  • This distinctively narrative work presents a host of motifs that recur throughout Schreuders' printed works, including mermaids and sculpted figures.
  • Using the razor and scissors, we sculpted her hair into a much more contemporary look. Times, Sunday Times
  • When her neighbour's house was flattened in airstrikes she fled again and now lives in makeshift tents sculpted out of tree trunks and beige canvases. Times, Sunday Times
  • Its columns are tall and slender, its capitals have bountiful acanthus leaves with big scrolls and its entablature sports an ostentatiously sculpted frieze and cornice. Renaissance architecture: how to identify the Roman orders
  • The man-made landscape is penetrated by a series of long, horizontal pergolas made of fragments of brick, concrete, and rusted steel artfully cut and sculpted to evoke the jagged forms of urban graffiti.
  • The images are sculpted in bronze and achieve a rich antique green petina colour.
  • We stayed in the chic converted stable rooms near the classy pool, surrounded by the greenery of classically sculpted gardens. Times, Sunday Times
  • Bear images were carved into blocks of argillite, claystone, and wood or sculpted from clay, with the creative three-dimensional transformations displaying a remarkably naturalistic style.
  • The semi-desert landscape has been sculpted into fantastical shapes by wind and water. Times, Sunday Times
  • Each track is a deliberate layering of textures and elements, with every microtone sounding as fussed-over as the sculpted icing on an elaborate wedding cake.
  • Vacant gaps on the slopes are filled with deep blue-green clumps of vegetation and sculpted sandstone outcroppings jut from the ridge line in a continuation of the sea floor's tilt.
  • And the playful prints, ditzy designs and sculpted shapes look sure to be a massive hit. The Sun
  • Using the razor and scissors, we sculpted her hair into a much more contemporary look. Times, Sunday Times
  • Running her fingers along the walls and across the sculpted lines of the gleaming mother-of-pearl counter, the visitor feels a contoured motif bearing the unmistakable Quinze signature.
  • His first exposure to sculpturing was when Chen sculpted a bust of Deng's uncle, who was a well-known professor in Shanghai Music Conservatory.
  • And sculpted into the opposing mudbank was a similar shape ... I Don’t Understand ?
  • The vibe is especially cosy thanks to sculpted wooden furniture, which has only grown more beautiful with age. Times, Sunday Times
  • A towering castle of mud has screaming faces and gargoyles sculpted into its crenellated turrets.
  • There are late medieval sculpted monuments in the cathedral, as well as the altar tomb effigy of Bishop Wellesley who died in 1539.
  • But if you looked closely you could see her impressive hourglass figure is sculpted by Photoshop. The Sun
  • An artist sculpted a full-size replica of her head.
  • I half-expected the sculpted hands to unclasp themselves in response to her touch. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
  • With a bath sculpted in resin-coated zebrano wood and a geometric mirror. Times, Sunday Times
  • This is a piece for eight dancers, brought together in processions and ensembles, but framed around duets in which classical shapes are sculpted and explored - the beauty of arabesques or slowly revolving turns in attitude.
  • In 2000 they installed a couple of tall twirly staircases and a giant spider, sculpted out of steel by Louise Bourgeois.
  • In it you will find a large multi-door stove with woodbin and working fires inside, a grill with spitted meat over a fire, cabinets, baking bread, sculpted utensils, meat and vegetables. Fashion World of SL
  • As soon as I saw it I had to have it, basically -- it has a sort of metal back sculpted with mesh and a marbleized finish on the wooden part of the guitar. Private Eye
  • There are also a couple of portraits and self-portraits, as well as busts sculpted of bronze.
  • Her body is sculpted and her abs so carved they appear to be in high definition. The Sun
  • I could see every muscle in his body, his pecks, his six-pack, his biceps, all perfectly sculpted like marble.
  • Your sculpted physique and mastery of seductive poetry is simply overwhelming.
  • Then the artists sculpted the scenes by hand. The Sun
  • An artist sculpted a full-size replica of her head.
  • Well, in clay animation, each object is sculpted in clay or a similarly pliable material such as plasticine, usually around an armature.
  • Your body will transform into one that is lean, sculpted, strong and graceful. Times, Sunday Times
  • In fact, her fantastically sculpted features rather give her the look of something hewn from granite. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some 200 plants have been sculpted by topiary experts into different designs and there are at least 800 hanging baskets.
  • Sculpted by the raking light, the bathers are russet and gold in the sun, vibrant in blue and red two-piece swimsuits, trunks, a maillot, absorbed in the folding of towels and blankets.
  • The Brock Prize consists of $40,000 cash and a sculpted bust of Sequoyah, the only person known to have created an alphabet.
  • Picasso collected African masks, Eisenstein filmed the bloodthirsty gods sculpted by the Aztecs.
  • In fact, her fantastically sculpted features rather give her the look of something hewn from granite. Times, Sunday Times
  • Shallow sculpted basins though eye-catching are not ideal for a busy family bathroom, where a deeper vitreous basin enhanced by interesting taps can look just as good and perform better.
  • I disappeared inside my head in this bed where our children were sculpted here, where they first slept, in this bed~ where we feasted yes oh yes all this and more happened in this magnificently simple bed of hardwood and cool wendchymes Diary Entry
  • One set of gardens concerns landforms made from sand, gravel, topsoil and turf sculpted into sharply edged curves.
  • Two beautifully sculpted guards stood outside the doors of Christie's auction house yesterday, armed with stanchions and a counter, ready to receive the crowd that would be arriving at part two of the Yves Saint Laurent sale, featuring his furniture and home furnishings from his weekend home in Deauville situated in the Basse-Normandie region of France. Yomi Abiola: Yves Saint Laurent's Final Sale
  • Zach: With Stonehenge, it looks like other human lithic monuments, sculpted (with chisel marks perhaps), but long before humans existed. After thoughts on Barr
  • Pendant ( or pendent ): In architecture a sculpted ornament suspended from a vault or ceiling.
  • So we were in good spirits as we dropped down towards Normanby, passed scrub of yellow flower and red hip, then a kissing gate, orchard, and a yew hedge sculpted in the shape of pottery kilns.
  • Renditions from the twelfth and thirteenth centuries show a sequence of discrete scenes, including one in which monks and laymen are assembled before an imposing sculpted icon.
  • It contains twenty-eight tapestries, 118 sculpted figures and forty-one paintings.
  • Hence the sharp-silhouette, "aerodynamic" form of the tall building and the sculpted figures of the heroic airmen crowning seven openwork arches, perpendicular to the main facade and comprising a distinctive portal. Gothic Stalinist Soviet Skyscrapers
  • He came out on Saturday morning to find his car parked on the pavement, with wonky looking wheels, and well sculpted driver's side doors and wing.
  • The sculpted side profile calls to mind an athlete 's honed body, with its curving coupe roof line that lures you to a perfectly rounded rear end. The Sun
  • At the front of the garden is a pool of running water sculpted from elmwood. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sculpted masonry buildings - offices and stores - thrust up from the streets of downtown.
  • Mary looked confused suddenly, her perfectly sculpted eyebrows forming a vee as she frowned.
  • Next she proceeds to the major works of art like sculpted statues and busts that have been identified as this woman and finally to a briefer look at minor artworks such as cameos.
  • I navigated through sculpted corridors, leapt silver streams, and sidestepped moulins all the way to the base of Gangkar Punsum, where I shot a roll of film of the ice-armored peak.
  • On the sculpted altar front just behind the garden herm, a female figure on the far right flees while raising her arm.
  • The ladies had their hair sculpted by the leading coiffeur of the day.
  • And we should not forget that the altarpiece's narrative culminated in the sculpted Coronation of Mary, an event also depicted on the top of Abbot du Clercq's crozier in the Visitation.
  • Support is provided at the bottom by a horizontal transfer beam resting on sculpted concrete columns and at the top by steel members tied back to the main concrete frame.
  • Katrantzou's first catwalk show was inspired by a quote from Coco Chanel, "A woman who doesn't wear perfume has no future": she created body-sized perfume-bottle prints that appeared to curve glassily around the hips – the darker spaces sculpted the body. Prints and the revolution: fashion designer Mary Katrantzou
  • The bust was sculpted by internationally-renowned figurative artist Ian Walters.
  • The dolls often look stunning in photos - the sculpted bodies, the unblemished skin. Times, Sunday Times
  • Made of cast metal and sculpted stainless steel, the line features a collection of portables including espresso machines, waffle makers, coffee mills and more.
  • The figures of his angels are elongated, with wings stretched upward as if they were sculpted by the Gothic masters.
  • I half-expected the sculpted hands to unclasp themselves in response to her touch. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
  • Nearby the Urn Tomb - so-called because a sculpted urn surmounts it - was later converted to a Byzantine church and shows Christian decoration.
  • Boldly sculpted steel escape stairs jut from the facade and a low wall encloses a play area for the daycare centre.
  • The thing about the mask that looks odd to me is that the sculpted eyes look a bit too far apart, giving him a vaguely alien appearance.
  • The orientation of the Nye channels and sculpted forms and the palaeocurrent direction for the glaciofluvial deposits indicate westward ice flow.
  • There are two types of sculpted zoomorphic figures: generic four-legged animals and figures of specific animals.
  • The result is a digital rendering of each concept, and a full-size sculpted model of the toy in foam.
  • Many of the building blocks weigh 50 tons or more yet are so precisely sculpted and fitted together with such exactitude that the mortarless joints will not permit the insertion of even a thin knife blade. Olga Bonfiglio: Travelogue: 100th Anniversary Of Machu Picchu Discovery
  • A careful examination of the façade's decoration reveals over a hundred plant species and a hundred animals sculpted on the archivolts and ribs.
  • The 21 large sculpted roses that comprise the bouquet on top of the championship bowl are covered with red, bronze, yellow, white, light pink and dark pink strawflower; lavender, hot pink and dark purple statice; everlasting; lentil seed, clover seed, cinnamon and lentil. The Earth Times Online Newspaper
  • Wear your western shirt open and untucked over a skivvy to draw the eye down and create the illusion of a more sculpted, leaner silhouette.
  • In fact, her fantastically sculpted features rather give her the look of something hewn from granite. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Ionic order is more elegant and matronly – think Boticelli's Venus – with often unfluted columns, scrolled capitals, friezes that are sometimes adorned with elaborately sculpted bas-relief and dentils – a row of small blocks – below the cornices. Renaissance architecture: how to identify the Roman orders
  • You sit extremely low so that you can admire the long sculpted bonnet. Times, Sunday Times
  • The tone and texture of notes were sculpted into unfathomable shapes in the blink of an eye. Times, Sunday Times
  • You can be more original since there are beautifully decorated and sculpted candles that are scented or unscented, rather than traditional cylindrical candles.
  • Sculpted from wax and clay, they are startingly lifelike, from their ropy umbilical cords and knobby limbs to their tufts of hair and tightly closed fists. Origins
  • Once prepped, look to sheer textures and invisible finishes for a natural, sculpted effect. Times, Sunday Times
  • It has a sculpted, sensual quality, a richness of texture missing from most modern cinema: in place of all those clean, digital, precise empty blockbusters here's something dense, deep, full of unnameable spectral presences.
  • One is of a pair of figures from the shoulders up, looking at two sculpted busts that are, in shape and composition, an exact repetition of themselves.
  • Me, I'm an endomorph, possessed of a soft and thick body that looks as if it was stuffed to order at Build-A-Bear, not sculpted at an L.A. sports club. Confessions of a Fat Runner
  • In a titanic clash of science and sensationalism, this crafty cephalopod was conjectured to be the "most intelligent invertebrate ever" -- so talented, in fact, that it sculpted "the earliest known self-portrait" using the bones of its prey. Steven Newton: Unleash the Kraken! Creationism, Kookiness, and Alleged Censorship
  • This is because thin nasal skin capacity to contract and red rape over the sculpted framework.
  • The AB figures are sculpted in the early pattern shako, so must be meant to represent the scheutzen from a light infantry unit, so I will paint them as their parent unit. The Stewarts & Camerons Have Arrived!
  • You can't help suspecting that the heads were sculpted by accomplished craftsman who possibly borrowed techniques from the West. Times, Sunday Times
  • Massive tombs with painted and sculpted decoration, ash urns, and sarcophagi became a form of social competition.
  • The movie-accurate Sarah Connor collectible is specially crafted based on the image of Linda Hamilton in the movie, highlighting the newly sculpted head and muscular arm, as well as detailed hair sculpture. Cool Stuff: Hot Toys Terminator 2 Sarah Connor Collectible Figure | /Film
  • Sculpted by the raking light, the bathers are russet and gold in the sun, vibrant in blue and red two-piece swimsuits, trunks, a maillot, absorbed in the folding of towels and blankets.
  • Inside, the cool marble hall, full of sculpted figures, calmed the irritated seething in my mind. THE GWEN JOHN SCULPTURE
  • Various complex stages of production were followed to give form to this beautifully sculpted deity, crafted in 92.5 sterling silver.
  • Soft silk georgette and organza graphic floral prints give the line a feminine touch, whereas some pieces present a more sculpted interpretation of the 60s mod trend, giving the line a sharper kick.
  • No, it's his sculpted biceps and abdominal muscles. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some of the older Dave Alsop sculpted Old Glory limited edition French, painted as legere unit, seen operating in a colonne serre formation. BAR Napoleon Playtest
  • The Superman bust is designed by Carlos Pacheco and sculpted by Jean St. Jean, both of whom have turned out fantastic sculptures in the past. Collectible Review: Heroes of the DC Universe Superman Bust | Fandomania
  • Osama's Galatea was sculpted, conveniently, out of a love with the ideal of "defence" of the "Umma", the global Islamic community.
  • Age meant her cheekbones were more pronounced, giving her face a sculpted air it had never had as a full-faced twenty-something. JUST BETWEEN US
  • His features were striking, almost as if they were sculpted to be perfectly portioned and strong.
  • After fifty years, two hundred sculpted trees occupied three sloping acres at the shore of Lake Waban in Wellesley.
  • An extraordinary sculpted figure created by a dancer walking backwards on all fours, with a bulbous proboscis at one end and a long tail at the other, may be a lizard; I wasn't sure.
  • One can discern in the mirror other objects in the room such an end table, a sculpted bust, an oil lamp, an oval portrait and a grandfather clock.
  • The cat was positioned in half of the bronze mummiform, sculpted by Stan Watts, a well-known artist who's done work for the LDS Church, that will become her final resting place. Top Stories - Google News
  • You see, MA sculpted in marble from the front to the back, not top to bottom. Help Me Plan My Trip to Italy
  • He truly had grown up, his once boyish features now sculpted to the handsome ones of a young man.
  • However, at home, vacations, my office at lunch - I love seeing a nicely sculpted male on the cover, and I do prefer a little more semi-naked ... my imagination is an overachiever only does fabulously well with just a little hint. Angels' Blood Countdown: Lora Leigh - Nauti Intentions ARC
  • This pattern is readily apparent whenever researchers look at the sculpted surface of the open sea.
  • The counterpart of the English and Scottish passion for painted portraits was an almost equal obsession with sculpted effigies on tombs.
  • You sit extremely low so that you can admire the long sculpted bonnet. Times, Sunday Times
  • But it is the sculpted heads that will strike the visitor to this show. Times, Sunday Times
  • Hair was initially blown dry, then slightly sculpted with a flat iron.
  • In the Romanesque and Gothic styles, the archivolt frames the tympanum, a richly sculpted panel.
  • Around the same time, French women frizzed their hair with heat and then sculpted it to towering heights.
  • When her neighbour's house was flattened in airstrikes she fled again and now lives in makeshift tents sculpted out of tree trunks and beige canvases. Times, Sunday Times
  • Once, when he was seriously ill, the priest came to his house to administer viaticum to him but he said he could not die because he had not yet sculpted anything.
  • There are lots of shots that look fuzzy or soft because of the use of mattes, and overall the serpent looks like he was sculpted out of Play-Doh.
  • The tone and texture of notes were sculpted into unfathomable shapes in the blink of an eye. Times, Sunday Times
  • Assail me and you irrevocably ravish your own integrity, triturate your own sculpted truths. The Astigmatism Of The Human Genome Project
  • Dan Neil/The Wall Street Journal Mazda has sculpted the 2012 vehicle's flanks with a flourish of intertwining light lines inspired by what the company calls the 'Nagari' styling vocabulary. An On-the-Small-Side Minivan
  • The set is minimal, just a few stylized, tip-tilted ancient Roman walls and a block of pseudo-marble gradually being sculpted into a giant head of Tito; and costumes are equally simple, unadorned 18th-century frock coats and gowns in black, white, gray and a bright canary yellow. Dark and Light Brilliance
  • The roads and pathways are lined with sculpted, totem-like lamp-posts in the shape of equine beasts, including giraffes, horses or deer.
  • Terry devised a novel ‘triple drapery’ of three sheer fabrics - in shades of chartreuse, amber, and amethyst - attached by rings to sculpted wrought-iron rods.
  • Then the artists sculpted the scenes by hand. The Sun
  • Some of the older Dave Alsop sculpted Old Glory limited edition French, painted as legere unit, seen operating in a colonne serre formation. BAR Napoleon Playtest
  • He is wearing biker boots, studded trousers and a sculpted leather jacket zipped up tight. Times, Sunday Times
  • Yes, the "nonplussed" in the technically incorrect yet increasingly common sense of the word eyes of society have undoubtedly sculpted me into whatever it is I am today. BSNYC Friday Fun Quiz!
  • You can't help suspecting that the heads were sculpted by accomplished craftsman who possibly borrowed techniques from the West. Times, Sunday Times
  • The individually sculpted sports seats hug you like a tight suit. The Sun

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