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gherkin

cucumissativus.
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The total RNA was isolated from CMV infected gherkin leaf sample and cDNA was synthesized using reverse transcriptase enzyme.
As well as the rotating gherkin, there is a wall-mounted exhibit made from a Venetian blind which repeatedly flicks opens and closed to reveal different paintings of a lucky cat - a common image across Asia, according to Graeme.
According to the Telegraph, the Gherkin was bought for GBP600m in 2007 by a fund managed by German biggest property group IVG Immobilien AG and London-based Evans Randall, from reinsurer Swiss Re.
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.
one arrives at the Gherkin by finding the Lloyd's building.
Burr gherkins, also known as West Indian burr gherkins (Cucumis anguria), are one of the old-time favorites among heirloom gardeners because of their productivity and multiple uses in the kitchen--plus their pest-free maintenance.
Among many other races, Leanne will compete in the Llanelli half marathon on April 17, the Gherkin Challenge in June and will finish her charity challenge by taking on 5k, 10k and half marathon events on consecutive days in the Disneyland Half Marathon weekend in September.
Slice the gherkin into quarters and pile everything to the brioche rolls.
Add slices of tomato and onions, followed by lettuce leaves, two gherkin halves and a little sauce.
The ice cream came with toppings of candied bacon and dill gherkin ripple, Metro.
The Gherkin Challenge charity race up the 38 floors of London's Gherkin building in aid of the NSPCC.
The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) Zoo has proposed a cheeky change to London's Gherkin.