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easy enough in adobe™ photoshop® but as usual useless adobe are too busy counting the money to allow this in illustrator® (or wordspacing adjustment, for that matter)
make a linear gradient (ie in a line from left to right) with the grey highlights/lowlights.
Then go to Object>Flatten Transparency
Then Expand the obect
Drag this object into your brushes palette and choose 'Art Brush'
Then use this brush to stroke around a circle, and make the stroke thick enough to fill in the circle, bingo!
^^ yeah I was gonna post that with the new stroke gradients, this got a lot more easier to achieve. Only CS6 though..
Baskerville for the win. It's all about Art Brushes.
Fireworks does this easily using the cone gradient