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

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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.
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(B) Repousse is a 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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30 Jul 2004, 02:07
Between (A) and (B),

In (A) somehow "pounding" looks incorrect.
In (B) "method of sculpture in which" looks fishy, to me it sounds as if we are talking about "sculpture in which" but I guess need to relook at the comments given by Paul on prepositions.

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30 Jul 2004, 04:45
B looks good. I don't find anything wrong with the sentence structure.

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30 Jul 2004, 20:37
B is my choice, A seems to be close but has a minor hitch in it. When we accumulate phrases separated by comma, we seem to have a ' , and then, ' this one seems to be totally out of place. correct me if i am wrong

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29 Jun 2007, 12:51
becoolja wrote:
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)
(B) Repousse is a 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.
Can someone elaborate on the use of in which? Why don't we use where rather than in which? why dont we use in that?

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