<dl class="Metadata Metadata--stacked">
    <dt class="Metadata-heading">Our team</dt>
    <dd class="Metadata-description">Beatrice Price, Human Markets Strategist</dd>
    <dd class="Metadata-description">Modesta Vandervort, Principal Configuration Architect</dd>
    <dd class="Metadata-description">Einar Dooley, Dynamic Applications Facilitator</dd>
    <dd class="Metadata-description">Matteo Runte, Investor Communications Consultant</dd>
</dl>
<!--/.MetaData-->
<dl class="Metadata{% if metadataModifier %} Metadata{{metadataModifier}}{% endif %}">
    <dt class="Metadata-heading">{{metadataHeading}}</dt>
    {% for item in items %}
    <dd class="Metadata-description{% if metadataPill %} Pill{% endif %}">{{item.metadata}}</dd>
    {% endfor %}
</dl><!--/.MetaData-->
{
  "metadataHeading": "Our team",
  "items": [
    {
      "metadata": "Beatrice Price, Human Markets Strategist"
    },
    {
      "metadata": "Modesta Vandervort, Principal Configuration Architect"
    },
    {
      "metadata": "Einar Dooley, Dynamic Applications Facilitator"
    },
    {
      "metadata": "Matteo Runte, Investor Communications Consultant"
    }
  ],
  "metadataModifier": "--stacked"
}

The MetaData pattern typically accompanies another section of content and its job is to show meta information. The content of the MetaData pattern should be very short, usually only a few words. It could take the form of a definition list.