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# In repousse, a method of sculpture, workers lay copper

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966. In repousse, a method of sculpture, workers lay copper sheets over wooden molds, and then, using a variety of exotic hammers, carefully pounding the metal into shape.
(A) In repousse, a method of sculpture, workers lay copper sheets over wooden molds, and then, using a variety of exotic hammers, carefully pounding the metal into shape.
(B) Repousse is method of sculpture in which workers lay copper sheets over wooden molds and then, using a variety of exotic hammers, carefully pound the metal into shape.
(C) Repousse workers, who do a method of sculpture by laying copper sheets over wooden molds, use a variety of exotic hammers, and then pounding the metal into shape.
(D) Workers who lay copper sheets over wooden molds use a variety of exotic hammers and carefully pound the metal into shape in order to do repousse, a method of sculpture.
(E) Laying copper sheets over wooden molds, and using a variety of exotic hammers in order to pound the metal into shape, repousse is a method of sculpture done by workers.

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22 Jul 2011, 07:16
Initially I choose option B, but some how I had a doubt, as per my understanding, when we use "which" , it should be followed by ",". Can anyone please advice?

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02 Aug 2011, 05:18
PositiveSoul wrote:
Initially I choose option B, but some how I had a doubt, as per my understanding, when we use "which" , it should be followed by ",". Can anyone please advice?

Thanks in advance.

As I know, if 'which' is preceded by a preposition, then we don't need comma. "IN which" in option B.
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03 Aug 2011, 09:36
I think "in which" functions as "that" in this case (b). "in which...xxx" describes the process of Repousse.
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