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Arnold Schwarzenegger goes over every detail as he gets the first in-person-look at the larger-than-life clay sculpture artist Ralph Crawford is sculpting for him Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2011, in Lewiston, Idaho. Once complete the statue will be bronzed and sent to Austria to be displayed in Schwarzenegger's home town.(AP Photo/Lewiston Tribune, Kyle Mills)
Photo by: Kyle Mills
Arnold Schwarzenegger goes over every detail as he gets the first in-person-look at the larger-than-life clay sculpture artist Ralph Crawford is sculpting for him Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2011, in Lewiston, Idaho. Once complete the statue will be bronzed and sent to Austria to be displayed in Schwarzenegger's home town.(AP Photo/Lewiston Tribune, Kyle Mills)

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