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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Elmet
Elmet was invaded and conquered by Northumbria in the autumn of 616.
Elmet is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
The Northumbrians invaded and overran Elmet in 616.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Elmet   (2474 words)

 Ted Hughes: 'Regeneration in _Elmet_'
The world of Elmet existed and exists, and Hughes' poems recreate it vividly in such a way that we may perceive the human errors which have desecrated it and the enduring, everpresent forces of Nature which survive.
In Remains of Elmet, the first and last poems of the sequence suggest two major, closely linked themes on which the other poems have been built: the theme of 'The Mothers', which has strong regenerative aspects; and the theme of the imprisonment of divine light, or soul, in matter and its eventual, apocalyptic release.
The poems and photographs in Remains of Elmet demonstrate the "rummaging of light/ At the end of the world."('Long Screams') (Hughes' use of the verb, here, is deliberately ambiguous, as light both rummages and is rummaged).
ann.skea.com /Elmet.htm   (4187 words)

  The Ancient Kingdom of Elmet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Elmet was one of a number of small independent kingdoms to emerge at the end of the Roman period.
It is claimed that the westward expansion of the English was long delayed by the Britons of Elmet, and it was not until the early part of the seventh century that the Angles were able to continue their westward migration to settle in the valleys of the Aire and Wharfe.
A factor contributing to Elmet's downfall is attributed to a feud between the King, Ceretic, and the Northumbrian ruler Edwin.
www.hjsmith.clara.net /3943.htm   (2657 words)

 Kingdoms of British Celts - Elmet
Elmet (or Elmetia in its Latinised form) was a bulwark of the defence of lower Northern Britain.
The Saxons became known as the Elmed Saetna, Elmet Saxons, so it is clear that the name was well enough established with the invading Teutons to survive its own collapse.
Although Elmet's second king, Llaennog ap Masgwid, has been linked by some to the north, the fact that his father has clear associations with the founding of Elmet ties him to this territorum.
www.kessler-web.co.uk /History/KingListsBritain/BritainElmet.htm   (407 words)

 The Battle of Winwaed: Royalty in Barwick-in-Elmet?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
The stone altar of this church survived the fire, and is preserved in the monastery that lies in Elmet Wood and is ruled by the most reverend priest and abbot Thrydwulf.
Elmet was a relatively small British kingdom centred on the area, which came into existence soon after the Roman withdrawal.
It appears likely that the Royal Seat was in Elmet at the time of the Battle at Winwaed - and this may have had much to do with the location of the battle.
www.winwaed.com /history/winwaed/royalty.shtml   (377 words)

 Elmet Technologies - The Manufacturer.com - Promoting best practice in Manufacturing
Even though Elmet Technologies has more than 70 years of experience working with molybdenum and tungsten, it is just beginning to explore its potential.
But Elmet is more than consumer electronics, serving the medical and aerospace industries as well as the lighting industry.
Elmet Technologies is planning to be just as consistent as the products it makes.
www.themanufacturer.com /us/detail.html?contents_id=4585&PHPSESSID=3daa339e9906c91a2351d898   (1358 words)

 Elmet Group
Elmet Construct is the first and biggest company through the companies which compound the Elmet Group.
S.C. Elmet Electric SRL was founded in 1998 as a company member of the group of companies "Grupul ELMET".
The "ELMET" group of companies, established in 1994, is a well-known name in the field of low and medium voltage electrical installations in Romania.
www.elmet-group.ro /en/index.htm   (176 words)

 Ted Hughes: 'Regeneration in _Elmet_'
The world of Elmet existed and exists, and Hughes' poems recreate it vividly in such a way that we may perceive the human errors which have desecrated it and the enduring, everpresent forces of Nature which survive.
In Remains of Elmet, the first and last poems of the sequence suggest two major, closely linked themes on which the other poems have been built: the theme of 'The Mothers', which has strong regenerative aspects; and the theme of the imprisonment of divine light, or soul, in matter and its eventual, apocalyptic release.
The poems and photographs in Remains of Elmet demonstrate the "rummaging of light/ At the end of the world."('Long Screams') (Hughes' use of the verb, here, is deliberately ambiguous, as light both rummages and is rummaged).
www.zeta.org.au /~annskea/Elmet.htm   (4187 words)

At least some of the people of Elmet and the other British Kingdoms were Christians, although this fact is not often stressed by authors such as Bede, who is more interested in the conversion of the Anglo-Saxon elite.
This is a place mentioned in a eulogy of Gwallog, one of the later princes of Elmet, by the Welsh poet Taliesin (writing at the end of the 6th century).
Elmet acted as a buffer between the two large Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms of Northumbria and Mercia.
www.arch.wyjs.org.uk /advsrv/VikingWeb/Elmet.htm   (1545 words)

 languagehat.com: ELMET.
Elmet was a Celtic holdout in what is now the southern part of Yorkshire, around Leeds; when it was overrun by the Angles in the early seventh century, the way was clear for further Germanic expansion and the creation of the kingdom of Northumbria.
"Elmet is still the name on maps for a part of West Yorkshire that includes the deep valley of the upper Calder and its watershed of Pennine moorland.
Elmet was the last independent Celtic kingdom in England and originally stretched out over the vale of York.
www.languagehat.com /archives/002467.php   (1421 words)

 Philips Elmet Corporation
Tungsten is one of the main materials used at Philips Elmet in order to produce the tungsten components and filaments for lighting and other electronic devices.
The powder is then compressed and solidified into an ingot, which is sent to the swaging and drawing processes where it is elongated into a rod or wire at various diameters.
By reducing the amount of hydrofluoric acid used at Philips Elmet, the facility has reduced reporting requirements under EPCRA 313, as well as reducing various air licensing requirements and reporting.
www.maine.gov /dep/oia/case/philips3.htm   (627 words)

 Boston Firm to Buy Lewiston Tech Company Elmet Technologies - Technology - RedOrbit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Stockholders of Elmet Technologies will also be eligible for payments of up to $28 million --Ý60 percent cash and 40 percent Harbor stock -- based on Elmet Technologies meeting earnings targets in 2007 and 2008.
Jack Jensen, Elmet Technologies' chief executive officer, echoed that in his statement on the purchase.
Elmet Technologies has been focusing on developing molybdenum- and tungsten-based components that are used in a wide array of high-tech devices, such as medical imaging devices, MP3 players and digital video recorders.
www.redorbit.com /news/technology/701402/boston_firm_to_buy_lewiston_tech_company_elmet_technologies/?source=r_technology   (467 words)

 Elmet Technologies, Inc. Lewiston, Maine
Elmet has been a manufacturer of molybdenum and tungsten products in Lewiston, Maine, USA since 1929.
Elmet brings design, innovation, engineering, technical support, logistics and production resources to our customers.
The high standards and innovative products that Elmet is known for are reflected in our components and raw materials.
www.thomasnet.com /profile/385995/elmet-technologies-inc.html   (336 words)

 Elmet Technologies
Elmet Technologies is an Advanced Enabling Materials company that stimulates development, improves performance, increases material durability, and can reduce costs.
Elmet achieves these goals through its fully integrated manufacturing process and technical capabilities.
Elmet Technologies is an industry leader in providing personalized sales and service.
www.elmettechnologies.com   (184 words)

 Local Heritage Initiative - Barwick in Elmet Earthworks Project
The project aims to raise awareness and improve knowledge in the local community about the earthworks in the village.
The group have identified a lack of information about the ancient past of Barwick in Elmet and are seeking funding in order to rectify this.
It is believed that these earthworks date back to the Iron Age and are possibly related to a Hill Fort.
www.lhi.org.uk /projects_directory/projects_by_region/yorkshire_the_humber/north_yorkshire/barwick_in_elmet_earthworks_project/index.html   (244 words)

 Barwick-in-Elmet Gilbert Union and Workhouse
A small union workhouse consisting of a row of cottages was situated at the west of Barwick in Elmet.
Barwick in Elmet former workhouse from the north, 2006.
Barwick in Elmet former workhouse from the north-west, 2006.
users.ox.ac.uk /~peter/workhouse/BarwickInElmet/Barwick.shtml   (259 words)

 Philips Elmet Corporation
Philips Elmet in Lewiston, Maine is a components division of Philips Lighting Company.
Philips Elmet uses a variety of manufacturing steps, including swaging, rod rolling, sheet rolling, and wire drawing with intermediate annealing and surface cleaning steps.
In 1990, Philips Elmet used 54,000 lbs of hydrochloric acid for this process; this value was down to 0 by 1993 when hydrochloric acid use was eliminated.
www.state.me.us /dep/oia/case/philips2.htm   (428 words)

 Business Wire Business News: Harbor Acquisition Corporation Signs Definitive Agreement to Acquire Elmet Technologies, ...
In addition, the closing is conditioned on holders of less than 20% of the shares of Harbor common stock voting against the acquisition and electing to convert their Harbor common stock into cash from the trust fund established in connection with Harbor's initial public offering.
Elmet's products are typically custom-engineered components used in products such as medical imaging devices, silicon wafer chip manufacturing equipment, and specialty commercial and residential lighting applications.
Elmet is among the select few companies with the fully-integrated capability to transform tungsten and molybedenum into engineered materials, which have emerged as crucial components for key end market customers.
news.moneycentral.msn.com /provider/providerarticle.asp?Feed=BW&Date=20061017&ID=6112048   (1331 words)

 GENUKI: Sherburn In Elmet Supplementary
"HUDDLESTON, in the parish of Sherburn in Elmet, wapentake of Barkston Ash; 2½ miles W. of Sherburn, 4 miles from Ferrybridge, 6 from Pontefract, 7 from Tadcaster.
"SOUTH MILFORD, in the parish of Sherburn in Elmet, wapentake of Barkston-Ash, liberties of St. Peter and Pontefract; 6 miles N. of Pontefract, 5 from Selby, 8¼ from Tadcaster.
"STEETON HALL, a farm-house in the township of South Millforth, and parish of Sherburn in Elmet; 8 miles from Pontefract and Tadcaster.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/eng/YKS/WRY/Sherburninelmet/more.html   (397 words)

 GENUKI: Barwick In Elmet Supplementary
"CROSS GATES, 2 or 3 houses in the townships of Seacroft and Barwick in Elmet, and parishes of Whitkirk and Barwick in Elmet; 4 miles from Leeds."
"KIDDAL INN, in the township and parish of Barwick in Elmet; liberty of the honour of Pontefract; 4 miles from Aberford, 6¼ from Tadcaster, 5 from Leeds."
"ROUNDHAY, a hamlet in the parish of Barwick in Elmet, lower-division of Skyrack, liberty of Pontefract; 3 miles NNE.
www.genuki.org.uk:8080 /big/eng/YKS/WRY/Barwickinelmet/more.html   (422 words)

 Elmet Home Page
Investigating local history has its problems, the greatest of which is that most people think it is all already known to us.
The reason is simple - there is so very, very much left for us to find.
Take our little area here in Yorkshire, still called Elmet but far smaller now than the 6th century kingdom of Elmet was, now no more than ten miles wide and fifteen miles from north to south, yet what has happened here over the past 2000 years?
www.oldtykes.co.uk /Elmethome.htm   (1227 words)

At that time, the leader of Elmet was Gwallawg ap Lleenawg, although the only identifiably-named warrior from Elmet mentioned by Aneirin is Madog Elfed, described as ‘adwythig sgwydog’, or a deadly shield-bearer (see stanza above).
Elmet itself fell to Edwin of Northumbria, who defeated Gwallawg’s son, Ceredig, in 617 CE.
From that time on, much of the upper classes of Elmet - the nobility, clergy, druids, bards, and so forth - would have moved westwards, particularly into North Wales, much as their compatriots from Strathclyde were forced to do in the centuries to come.
www.leeds.ac.uk /music/Info/CMJ/Conf/whyleeds.html   (460 words)

 IBM Core strength: Strong business values help Norton Lamb & Company win over Maine manufacturer (05/27/2005)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Elmet transitioned to its own secure Lotus Notes platform running native on the iSeries and deployed thin client desktops across the company to reduce administrative overhead.
But when it was acquired and spun off from its parent last December, Elmet sought a different kind of raw material to help it transition successfully: Technology provided by IBM Premier Business Partner Norton Lamb and Company.
The story of Elmet Technologies’ successful transition to its new IBM-based IT infrastructure is as much about the business values that define Norton Lamb and Company as it is about technology and their expertise in delivering it.
www-306.ibm.com /software/success/cssdb.nsf/CS/HCTD-6CSVDK?OpenDocument&Site=   (1033 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Facility Name: Elmet Technologies Inc. Lewiston, ME 04240 Parent Company: RMP Facility ID: 100000058698 Submission Receipt Date: 06/24/2004 (This set of RMP executive summaries was created from data that were last updated on 4/28/2005).
Elmet leases the outdoor hydrogen storage and delivery equipment from Praxair, Inc. of Danbury, Connecticut.
As part of Elmet's emergency response plan, the facility has developed procedures for notifying the public and providing instructions on what to do in the event of an emergency.
www.rtk.net /rmp/sum7/ME/fac100000058698   (320 words)

 Barwick in Elmet and Scholes War Memorial Site
Welcome to this website commemorating the men from Barwick in Elmet and Scholes who served and died in the two major wars of the 20th Century, the Great War 1914 - 1918 and the World War 1939 - 1945.
The main aim of the site is to perpetuate the memory of the men of the two villages who gave their lives in the service of their country.
At the outbreak of the Great War, on 4 August 1914, Barwick in Elmet and Scholes were typical rural villages on the edge of a big city.
pro-patria-mori.co.uk /index.html   (484 words)

 Preti Flaherty Beliveau & Pachios : News and Events : News : Preti Flaherty Helps Mainer Buy Philips' Elmet Division
For the past year Jensen has served as Philips Elmet’s vice president and chief executive officer as he and Preti Flaherty worked with Philips to transfer ownership of the Elmet division.
Jensen previously worked for the Elmet division until 1996 when he was promoted to work for Philips in New Jersey.
Elmet’s former owner will continue to be a major buyer for Elmet Technologies as a five year supply agreement with Philips Lighting was included in the deal.
www.preti.com /mediacenter/news/items/2004_05_15_33.asp   (515 words)

 EBK: King Ceretic of Elmet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Ceretic, son of Gwallawc Marchawc Trin, was the last King of Elmet.
As well as a warrior knight, he was the King of an area of the North which the story-tellers incorrectly refer to as "Scotland".
He is sometimes said to have been King Arthur's nephew, presumably because the King of Elmet's grand-uncle was Prince Arthuis.
www.earlybritishkingdoms.com /bios/ceretiet.html   (148 words)

 Earth | Moon - Ted Hughes: Publications | Bibliography
The poems reflect on its landscape, environment, and its people who are said to live in the remains of the Celtic kingdom of Elmet.
It is a very beautiful book but Hughes seems to have felt that some of the photographs and poems did not go together well enough, and that the original book dwelt on the idea of the ›remains‹ too much.
This is a revised and expanded edition of Remains of Elmet — virtually a different book.
www.earth-moon.org /th_publications.html   (0 words)

 The War Memorial at Barwick in Elmet, Location and History
The Barwick in Elmet War Memorial is situated at The Cross in Barwick in Elmet, at the end of Main Street.
The plaque which commemorates the Barwick men who died in the Second World War was unvieled at a special ceremony on Sunday, 24 July 1949.
The Rector, Reverend Canon Gray MA conducted the service, and the plaque was unvieled by Mr W. Senior in his capacity as Chairman of the Barwick in Elmet and Scholes British Legion.
www.pro-patria-mori.co.uk /id3.html   (773 words)

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