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__________ art is the term usually used to describe the design or decoration of functional objects to make them pleasing to the eye.
Applied Arts are the term usually used to describe the design or decoration of functional objects to make them pleasing to the eye.
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Applied Arts are the term usually used to describe the design or decoration of functional objects to make them pleasing to the eye.
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