Examples of plaster cast in a Sentence
She had a plaster cast on her leg.
The mask was made from a plaster cast of his face.
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Tasset's concept also bears comparisons to the dramatic and anatomically vivid sculptures of Auguste Rodin, and the Pop Art plaster cast sculptures of George Segal.
In addition to the plaster cast, Kim had digital scans done of her body that were really what served as the basis for the bottle.
The building is now an exhibition space, and houses the 2,000 plaster casts that make up the Royal Cast Collection.
Just weeks after a North Carolina man successfully auctioned off a paper cup once used by Elvis comes news of another unusual celebrity memento up for bids: the plaster cast off actress Farrah Fawcett’s broken wrist.
Inside, customers are greeted by a display of 200 plaster casts of the Air Jordan 6, a retail area showcasing men’s, women’s and children’s apparel and footwear by Kith and other brands, and (drum roll) a Kith Treats cereal bar.
Ultimately, Saint-Gaudens died from cancer in 1907, leaving only plaster casts of the sculptures.
One crew applies a plaster cast to a bone from a pterosaur, a flying reptile, a rare find.
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PLASTER CAST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of plaster cast for English Language Learners
: a copy of something made of plaster of paris
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