YEB

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YEBYorkshire Electricity Board (UK)
YEBYeast Extract Broth
YEBYoung Engineers for Britain (UK)
YEBYear End Banquet
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He was everyone knew Robert's Heather " Mr Norton had been a bike racer in his youth and during his working life had been a mechanic for companies as diverse as the Yorkshire Electricity Board and Kawasaki.Heather added: "He could build bikes and cars from scratch - he was an old time tinker."
From a single pounds 3 million contract acquired as part of a management buy-out (MBO) from Yorkshire Electricity Board in 1996, Spice plc grew substantially, through acquisitions and organic growth, into a group with revenues in excess of pounds 300 million by 2009.
Richard, who lives at Almondbury, entered the industry as an apprentices with the Yorkshire Electricity Board, while John, who lives at Luddenden, Halifax, worked in engineering and also has a background in sales and marketing.
Born and bred in Lindley, John lived in Longwood and enjoyed travelling, having retired from the Yorkshire Electricity Board some years ago.
Spice Plc, the parent of TTG, itself was formed out of an MBO in 1996 from the Yorkshire Electricity Board. It grew rapidly, floating on AIM in 2004 and moving to the main FTSE market in 2008.
ON THIS DAY 26th July 1978: The Yorkshire Electricity Board finished 1977 with a PS17.2m profit - but they don't think it was a very good year.
I bet not many people can lay claim to that.'' Now the former engineer with the Yorkshire Electricity Board said he was resigned to catching the bus.
Born and brought up in Bailiff Bridge, Prof Glover began his working life in the power supply industry, working for the former Yorkshire Electricity Board before embarking on academic study.
Colin worked as a joiner for the Yorkshire Electricity Board while Linda was a nurse at HRI.
Walter, 84, worked for the Yorkshire Electricity Board for nearly 40 years and was a part-time firefighter at Holmfirth for 22 years, rising through the ranks to sub-officer.
The store, built at a cost of PS2.7m on the site of the former Yorkshire Electricity Board showrooms, created 158 jobs and was the fourth Sainsbury's supermarket to open in Yorkshire.
Maureen worked as a secretary for the Yorkshire Electricity Board and Kirklees Council.
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