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Rolfe

Frederick William, also known as Baron Corvo. 1860--1913, British novelist. His best-known work is Hadrian the Seventh (1904)
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Rolfe brings more than 20 years of drug development experience to Atreca.
The building is just 50 yards from the former Rolfe Street fire station - but getting a high pressure water supply to the blaze proved difficult.
Trains were unable to call at Smethwick Rolfe Street Station yesterday causing problems for evening commuters.
Chris, of Haywards Heath, West Sussex, who was on the A272 near Cowfold, put the cubs into his jacket pockets and took them to his mum, Jean Rolfe, 51, who has hand-reared foxes before.
This prospect is not welcomed by employers, especially those in sectors which depend on migrant labour (Rolfe et al., 2016; Rolfe, 2016: Davies and Rolfe, 2017).
"Understanding family background is a crucial step toward determining risk for pancreatic cancer and beginning the early detection path," said Jim Rolfe, president of the board of directors for the Rolfe Pancreatic Cancer Foundation.
Paul Rolfe Sales and Lettings is run by Paul Rolfe, Martin Platt and Chris Platt, who say their combined experience in sales and marketing have seen them triumph over the recession and grow into market leaders.
West Midlands Railway, which has just taken over some rail services from London Midland tweeted: "Due to emergency services dealing with an incident at Smethwick Rolfe Street the station will be closed until further notice.
Much of what Rolfe has composed for voice so far has strong literary ties.
Details are sketchy surrounding one particular campout with 34-year-old Joe Sam Rolfe in attendance.
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.