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Rolfe

 (rŏlf), John 1585-1622.
English colonist and tobacco planter in America who married Pocahontas (1614).

Rolfe

(rɒlf)
n
(Biography) Frederick William, also known as Baron Corvo. 1860–1913, British novelist. His best-known work is Hadrian the Seventh (1904)
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At the high school his favorite study was physics; and for a time he and another boy named Rolfe--now a distinguished man of science--carried on electrical experiments of their own in the cellar of the Rolfe house.
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Smethwick Rolfe Street was shut after a member of the public made the discovery at around 7.
Deputy Chief Constable Louisa Rolfe said: "We've seen a spate of knife offences in recent weeks, including several fatal stabbings.
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The footage captured on a headcam worn by Andy Rolfe shows the Team Sky coach forcing him on to a grass verge as sped past during the Welsh stage of the Tour of Britain.
In video footage captured in Denbighshire on Wednesday, the Team Sky coach forces cyclist Andy Rolfe in to the grass as it drove past on the narrow road.
It is understood the victim suffered serious knife injuries to his throat during the alleged attack which Det Insp Vanessa Rolfe of Kirklees CID confirmed took place inside the 24-hour supermarket.
JCI Production Manager Chris Rolfe gave the students a pep talk in the morning on the importance of safety before they went to assigned activities.
Air navigation services provider NATS has announced the permanent appointment of Martin Rolfe as its new CEO.