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curdling

The thickening of varnish in a can.
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At the curdling point (when temperature was raised to 95[degrees]C), the microbial count reduced from 7.
Every time I heard the blood curdling howls of an animal, the cheer and applause would be at its peak.
Taylor, now a BBC pundit, said: "I hope the win eases things a little bit because we won't do anybody any good with all this blood curdling that has been going on.
There'll be lots of blood curdling, knee knocking fun all weekend, dare you go along?
Goats' curd has a faster curdling process and takes longer to drain than cows' curd.
You can't heat cold milk with the eggs quickly without cooking the eggs too much and curdling the custard.