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4.A forming method in which a solid material is physically forced into a new configuration
8.A forming method in which liquid material is poured into a mold or extruded through a pipe, then allowed to harden
14.A method in which material is removed from a larger mass
15.A force that creates lateral break in a material
16.Created by fusing together 2 or more materials of different strengths.
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1.A structure that provides internal support
2.A physical object constructed from separated parts that have been connected using glues, joints, stitching, and son on.
3.The process of a manipulating a pliable material (such as clay) to create a 3-d object.
5.The extension of an object through stretching or bending
6.The forcing of a straight form into a curved or bent one
7.A type of exoskeleton commonly used by medieval architects in creating cathedrals
9.An external support structure
10.The forcing of material into a smaller, denser condition
11.An internal structure created to strengthen and support a 3-d object
12.The distortion of an object through a twisting motion
13.An additive method in which the artwork is constructed using objects and images that were originally created for another purpose

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