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curdling

The thickening of varnish in a can.
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Mrs Curdle had sat listening to this lucid explanation with great complacency.
I don't know, my dear; upon my word I don't know,' said Mr Curdle.
said Mr Curdle, turning over four of those pieces of money.
Poor Miss Snevellicci took the three half-crowns, with many smiles and bends, and Mrs Curdle, adding several supplementary directions relative to keeping the places for them, and dusting the seat, and sending two clean bills as soon as they came out, rang the bell, as a signal for breaking up the conference.
THEY SAY "It is, in fact, a voice that could curdle cream at 20 paces" - Labour MP Angela Eagle's "honeyed delivery" as described by parliamentary commentator Quentin Letts.
BANISHED BBC2 9pm The young love between Kitty McVitie and Private MacDonald is starting to curdle, so are Major Ross's underhand tactics winning her over?
Also, acidic fruits or juices can curdle milk, turning it into a heavy mucus-like substance.
CDATA[ This cottage cheese frenzy is enough to make anyoneas milk curdle.
THE withering look that Anne Robinson directs at her hapless Weakest Link contestants is enough to curdle the blood.
Let it curdle (it'll take a few minutes and eventually will look like cottage cheese).
All Pacific Natural Food products are all natural, USDA certified organic, curdle free and can withstand the high heat of steaming.
Jackie Durkin from Negresco has created this spooky punch recipe to curdle the blood and warm the spirit.