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curd

[kərd]
(botany)
The edible flower heads of members of the mustard family such as broccoli.
(food engineering)
The clotted portion of soured milk or milk treated with an acid or enzyme; used in making cheese.
Any food resembling milk curd.
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The formation of Pacific Ridge Capital Partners, LLC brings together Mark Cooper, Dominic Marshall, and Ryan Curdy, a powerful trio of experienced portfolio managers, and creates an employee-owned investment management company.
Kahlua, 31, the daughter of former TV presenter Bryce Curdy, and former policeman James, 30, have been out of contact for more than a week.
A&G Securities boss Alan Curdy, from Irvine, said: "These people nearly drove me out of business.
Heartened by their shared hatred, she freely ordered the citrus tart with raspberry coulis and received a sugar pastry shell with a lemon curdy centre and sprays of raspberry sauce for her pains.
The filling was delicious, the asparagus chopped mighty fine and looking rather sparse but nevertheless giving lots of flavour to the curdy ricotta.
The thug was re-indicted but charges were dropped when the case was time-barred on MondayAlan Curdy, whose firm A&G Securities were targeted by Rodden's mob, said: 'Blades was the hardman sent to put pressure on us to pull out of Ayrshire.
Common symptoms include vaginal itching, burning and/or redness, pain during sexual intercourse, stinging upon urination, irregular thick, curdy, and white discharge or cottage cheese-like discharge that is usually odorless.
It looks good cooked in a Pyrex dish, as it goes into layers as it cooks, with a sort of lemony curdy custard at the bottom and a spongy meringuey top.