Milk paint was originally made with curdled
milk, lime, clay, and natural pigments.
Couched in terms calculated to win over the most curdled
cynic -- who, after all, can oppose charity for children?
THE Racing Post (March 17) described the Thursday of the Cheltenham Festival as "the day the magic curdled
Here Rudnick and his longtime director Christopher Ashley are abetted by some hardy troupers, including Baker as Jane, Lisa Kron (of the Five Lesbian Brothers) as Babe and Rabbi Sharon, and especially Peter Bartlett, who plays a department-store Santa as an exquisitely curdled
For all its contradictions and disappointments, the Cuban revolution is not a tale of naive romanticism that curdled
Perkins." Producer Raul Puig worked last year with Quentin Tarantino and Billy Baldwin on "Curdled
There was no wind yet leaves stirred Cold sunshine curdled
in murky glades of ancient celtic rites
You end up with curdled
shreds of cooked egg and no thickening.
As Goldstein perceptively writes, the techniques of New Journalism "were refined at the moment when we first began to grapple with the power of mass media to standardize experience, and its embrace of subjectivity was an attempt to resist this processed consensus." But tactics that worked in the sixties today have curdled
into the automatic and mindless first person or the canned eccentricity of a Geraldo Rivera.