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Rolfe

 (rŏlf), John 1585-1622.
English colonist and tobacco planter in America who married Pocahontas (1614).
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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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Musa was not to be left behind as he chipped in with the wickets of Raynard van Tonder (4) and Hermann Rolfes (5) as South Africa were left reeling at 43/4 in the 15th over.
Hermann Rolfes was their highest scorer with 108 runs while Jean du Plesis made 54.
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Union Colours purchased the organic pigment manufacturing assets from Rolfes Colour Pigment International to continue the manufacture of organic pigments in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Rolfes said that to date the parties had not reached a consensus.
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Rolfes has indicated that it will raise an additional R145 million, which will result in its empowerment status changing.