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Metcalfe, MS -- U.S. town in Mississippi
Population (2000): 1109
Housing Units (2000): 417
Land area (2000): 0.998690 sq. miles (2.586594 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.998690 sq. miles (2.586594 sq. km)
FIPS code: 46880
Located within: Mississippi (MS), FIPS 28
Location: 33.451948 N, 91.002752 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Metcalfe, MS
Metcalfe -- U.S. County in Kentucky
Population (2000): 10037
Housing Units (2000): 4592
Land area (2000): 290.895052 sq. miles (753.414695 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.069105 sq. miles (0.178981 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 290.964157 sq. miles (753.593676 sq. km)
Located within: Kentucky (KY), FIPS 21
Location: 36.982743 N, 85.633086 W
Metcalfe, KY
Metcalfe County
Metcalfe County, KY

Metcalfe may refer to:

In places:

  • Metcalfe, Ontario, a Canadian community
  • Metcalfe, Mississippi, a US town
  • Metcalfe, Victoria, a locality in Australia

Other uses of the name Metcalfe:

  • Metcalfe Chateau, a group of Asian-American artists with ties to Honolulu
  • Metcalfe's Law
  • W. Metcalfe and Son, an English publishing company

People with the surname Metcalfe:

  • Metcalfe (surname)
Metcalfe (surname)

Metcalfe is a surname, originating in Dentdale, Yorkshire, and is very common in places such as Wensleydale and Swaledale.It may refer to

  • Alexandra Metcalfe, Canadian petroleum engineer
  • Andrew Metcalfe, former senior Australian public servant
  • Ben Metcalfe, Canadian journalist and environmentalist
  • Charles Metcalfe, 1st Baron Metcalfe, British administrator in India
  • Ciara Metcalfe, Irish cricketer
  • Clive Metcalfe, British musician
  • Daryl Metcalfe, Pennsylvania state representative
  • Edward Metcalfe, British Benedictine monk
  • Edward Dudley Metcalfe, friend and equerry of King Edward VIII
  • Edwin C. Metcalfe, American saxophonist and television station manager
  • Glenn Metcalfe, Scottish rugby player
  • Jane Metcalfe, American magazine publisher
  • Jean Metcalfe, British broadcaster
  • Jennifer Metcalfe, British actress
  • Jesse Metcalfe, American actor
  • Joanne Metcalfe (born 1969), Australian basketball player
  • John Metcalfe (composer), British violist and composer
  • John Metcalfe (writer), British science fiction and horror writer
  • John William Metcalfe (1872-1952), British reverend and entomologist
  • Philip Metcalfe, distiller and MP
  • Percy Metcalfe, British artist
  • Ralph Metcalfe, American athlete and politician
  • Richard Metcalfe, Scottish rugby player
  • Richard Lee Metcalfe, Governor of Panama Canal Zone
  • Robert Metcalfe, American networking technology pioneer ( Metcalfe's law)
  • Simon Metcalfe (1735–1794), American maritime fur trader
  • Thomas Metcalfe (UK politician)
  • Thomas Metcalfe (US politician)
  • Sir Theophilus Metcalfe, 1st Baronet (1745–1813), Director of the Honourable East India Company.
  • Sir Thomas Theophilus Metcalfe, 4th Baronet, Honourable East India Company servant, Agent to Governor General of India
  • Vic Metcalfe, English professional footballer.

Usage examples of "metcalfe".

So I told him all about it, about my purse being returned to me and about Sean Metcalfe absconding and how I was certain almost that it was him.

I should have been worrying that her husband was a useless lump who never lifted a finger to help her but was quick to raise his hand to her, and yet, going down the path to my car, it was the Metcalfe boy I was thinking about.

They were all giggling to each other again now, apart from Danny Metcalfe, who looked at me with a frown.

Danny Metcalfe was holding one finger up to me in a salute as he cycled away, and the others laughed as they followed him.

I wanted to start reading the Metcalfe file straight away, but when I went back into the main office there were two police officers standing in the room, and I recognized them immediately as PC Short and PC Andrews.

It seemed like quite a coincidence that they were here to see Colin, when he was the one in charge of the Metcalfe case.

When I returned to my desk, I sat there looking at the unopened Metcalfe file for a long time.

So I took the Metcalfe file back to the file room without opening it, and then I sat at my desk and prioritized my workload and started on the list of actions.

I thought about Sean Metcalfe being free, wandering through the dark streets.

Sean Metcalfe who had attacked me and even if it was, there was no reason to think he would be after me again.

I told him about getting my purse back, and about Sean Metcalfe being on the loose, and he listened politely and made a couple of notes in his notebook.

And then, without even meaning to, or realizing that I was doing it, I found myself telling him about Sean Metcalfe, and thinking he was outside the house, and getting freaked out, and phoning the police.

What would people have made of how I handled the Metcalfe case all those years ago?

Every time I thought about my clients, about the difficulties they faced and how to support them, I was dogged by the echoes of the Metcalfe case.

But Sean Metcalfe I had tried to support his family, I had done everything I could, and he had still ended up in Glen Parva, his life had still been ruined.