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gherkin

cucumissativus.
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Matt Collyer ran up three of London's tallest buildings, including the Gherkin |(pictured), to raise funds for research just months after being treated for skin cancer; Matt with his medal after completing the challenge (left); and (right) while undergoing his treatment
But the gherkin is the unsung hero and that's why I've put one up there.
The 40-storey Gherkin skyscraper was put up for sale last week with the landmark building expected to attract interest from around the world, joint agents Savills and Deloitte Real Estate said.
Place the gherkins, cut-side down, on the barbecue for about 90 seconds or until well charred.
It is imperative that the Gherkin continues to deliver occupiers with the quality of space, service and experience befitting such an iconic building through the next phase of its life cycle.
Built on the former site of the Baltic Exchange, the Gherkin stands almost 600 feet high, three times as tall as Niagara Falls, but without the tacky gift shops.
Since 1919, Del Monte has been marketing pickles and pickle products, including Sweet Pickle Relish and Sweet Gherkin Pickles (the only sweet gherkin made by the old-fashioned barrel-sweetening process.
for instance, is to leave for its new, purpose-built, state-of-the-art glass building, popularly known as "the gherkin.
Serves 4-6 Broccoli with a caper, gherkin and parsley dressing
Pregnancy complications for most women are about breech births and where their next gherkin is coming from.
The 2014 Behavioural Finance Forum will be webcast live from The Gherkin on Thursday 26[sup.
Add diced gherkin, zest of half the lemon and the juice, stir well and season.