buttermilk sky

buttermilk sky

n. Chiefly Upper Northern & Inland Southern US

[From the resemblance of the clouds to the texture of cultured milk.]
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Knoxville, TN, October 15, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop is owned and operated by Scott and Meredith Layton.
Now the opportunity to own a Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop is available to investors who wish to delve into the thriving, $647 million, baked desserts industry.
“The perfect candidate to own a Buttermilk Sky Pie franchise is someone who is passionate about being a pie purveyor,” states Roger Flynn the COO for 1st Choice Franchise Concepts who will be managing the franchise development.
Buttermilk Sky, a Nigerian dwarf goat kid, has taken to leapfrogging over friends at a farm in Maine, USA.
The Montgomery, Alabama, writer is also author of Seventeen Times as High as the Moon, Music of the Falling Water, and Goodbye to the Buttermilk Sky, which was selected for the Book-Of-the-Month-Club's Quality Paperback Series.
Douglas had some hits with Kyser in the 1940s, including "Old Lamplighter" and "Ole Buttermilk Sky." He made the pop charts one more time in 1966 with the sentimental "The Men in My Little Girl's Life."
The thick and rippling milky puffs of midlevel, altocumulus clouds that often herald the approach of wetter weather are sometimes known as a buttermilk sky. Their distinctive curdled texture is usually produced by agitated convection when a cold front lifts a large mass of moist air.
In "Ole Buttermilk Sky" those churned-up clouds are told to hang the Moon up in the sky and let it stir up a little romance.
WHAT film featured the Hoagy Carmichael hit Ole Buttermilk Sky? - Jack Fulton, Aberdeen.
Conservative colors include: Buttermilk Sky, Buttermilk Green, Buttermilk Red, Lily White, Crackled Egg Shell and Blackberry.
Lined up in a V formation for Ole Buttermilk Sky," they performed a call-and-response competition reminiscent of Jerome Robbins's Interplay.
"Ash wood wet, ash wood dry, the king will warm his slippers by," and "Buttermilk sky won't leave the ground dry," they would forecast.