gherkin


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any of various small cucumbers pickled whole

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small prickly cucumber

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Earlier this month Matt, from Rugeley, decided to Stand Up to Cancer and completed the London Three Peaks Challenge The gruelling challenge involves running up the stairs of three London skyscrapers - The Gherkin, Salesforce Tower and 200 Aldersgate - before abseiling down the final tower.
The Broadcast PR Business, based at The Gherkin, London, EC3, is a leading broadcast communications consultancy specialising in finance, healthcare and education.
But whereas The Gherkin beside the Thames is really a skyscraper and could be likened to lots of other things, the gherkin beside the Tyne looks like.
Jamie Olley, Head of City Investment at Deloitte Real Estate, said, "The Gherkin is one of London's famous landmark buildings and the most iconic office tower in the City's skyline.
1bn), while the Gherkin is worth E700mn ($939mn), according to Property Investor Europe magazine.
Slice the gherkin into quarters and pile everything to the brioche rolls.
5, grated 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce 1/2 tsp English mustard 25g cornflour 1/2 tsp dried yeast 1 tsp Marmite 125ml Duchy Originals from Waitrose Organic India Pale Ale 50g tomato ketchup 75g half-fat mayonnaise 2 tsp French's Classic Yellow Mustard 4 Heston from Waitrose Ultimate Beef Burgers 1 tbsp olive oil 4 gherkins, halved lengthways 4 essential Waitrose seeded burger buns, halved and toasted 2 vine tomatoes, sliced 1 small onion, thinly sliced 2 little gem lettuce hearts, broken into leaves METHOD: 1.
The Gherkin was designed by world-renowned architect Foster and Partners and reached practical completion in December 2003, officially opening in April 2004.
The 2013 Behavioural Finance Forum will be webcast live from Level 40 of the Gherkin on Tuesday 26 [sup.
What are London Zoo chiefs hoping to transform landmark building the Gherkin into with the help of print wrapping?
The Gherkin is the nickname given to a cucumber-shaped building with a green glass shell in London, officially known as 30 St.
It had just been shortlisted for the prestigious Stirling Prize for architecture - which was awarded live on air to the iconic Gherkin building in London's financial quarter.
Vertigo, on the 42nd floor of Tower 42, formerly the Nat West Tower, is thought to be Britain's highest restaurant, followed by the private members bar and restaurant on the 39th and 40th floors of the Swiss Re building, also known as the Gherkin.
This was a tad rhetorical because of course this was what Krier always advocates--it was just that the end of cheap energy would require architects to end their obsession with 'the excesses of excessive vertical sprawl'--which Krier illustrated with a cheap crack: an outline of the Gherkin fully erect and then with a limp top.
Glass' office is in the phallic steel-and-glass building the Brits call The Gherkin.