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Cere-Perdue is a process of casting sculpture in which medium ? (A) Cement (B) Metal (C) Plaster of Paris (D) Fibre Glass which option is correct
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User: Cere-Perdue is a process of casting sculpture in which medium ? (A) Cement (B) Metal (C) Plaster of Paris (D) Fibre Glass which option is correct

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Cere-Perdue is a process of casting sculpture in METAL is medium .
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