As one story goes, Bianca Jagger, impressed, once made a plaster cast of Mara's posterior.
And when he broke his wrist, the plaster cast made him even more effective, earning him the title of “The Claw.”
Here on a plaster cast is an inscription written in strange letters, 'Runes' or 'mysteries' as they are called.
It was a plaster cast, taken from the life, of a female foot.
A plaster cast of a great bust is better than the same object copied in marble or bronze by an average sculptor.
It is a plaster cast of the martyr Geronimo in the agony of death.
Her arm was in a plaster cast, and she carried it in a sling cleverly hidden under her laces.
The comb-like ridges on the plaster cast have the form of the ice crystals.
Mr. Mariani has presented to the Academy of Medicine a plaster cast of this very poporo, in his possession.
He was an irritable convalescent in a plaster cast, too nervous to be patient.
plaster cast n.