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A '''mosaic''' is an [[art]] employing the use of [[stones]], [[glass]], [[ceramics]] or other material arranged into a pattern or picture. Mosaics are often fixed to a wall, floor or other flat object such as a table but can also be applied to three dimensional objects such as vases. [[Mortar]] is used to secure the mosaic material to the surface and [[grout]] is used to fill the gaps between the pieces.
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A '''mosaic''' is an [[art]] employing the use of [[stone]]s, [[glass]], [[ceramic]]s or other material arranged into a pattern or picture. Mosaics are often fixed to a wall, floor or other flat object such as a table but can also be applied to three dimensional objects such as vases. [[Mortar]] is used to secure the mosaic material to the surface and [[grout]] is used to fill the gaps between the pieces.

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A mosaic is an art employing the use of stones, glass, ceramics or other material arranged into a pattern or picture. Mosaics are often fixed to a wall, floor or other flat object such as a table but can also be applied to three dimensional objects such as vases. Mortar is used to secure the mosaic material to the surface and grout is used to fill the gaps between the pieces.