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Bakkus took her hand which held a fork on which was prodded a gherkin--they were at lunch--and raised it to his lips.
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Spread toast with horseradish butter, lay on strips of tunnyfish and garnish with slices of gherkin.
Tommy says a Gherkin once saved his father's life by killing a snake.
Tommy's father gave the Gherkin a lot of money to put in his pocket, but he wouldn't take it.
I rode up and into the tent, and, looking about, saw among other things one bottle of gherkin pickles about one quart of them.
When it is matured, it is of either a red or a yellow tint, and is somewhat like a very rough gherkin.
A gherkin is always eaten with this, the chief food of India.
He has also found a new rose of a beautiful description, having thorns on its branches, and a seed-vessel resembling a gherkin.
The Prickly-fruited Gherkin is seldom served at table sliced in its crude state.
King of the Ridge has smooth fruits a foot or more long; gherkin, a short, prickly form, is much used for pickling.

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