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Carnegie, Andrew

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishCarnegie, AndrewAndrew CarnegieCar‧ne‧gie, Andrew /kɑːˈneɪɡi $ kɑːr-/  (1835–1919) a US businessman and philanthropist, born in Scotland, who started a company that produced iron and steel, became very rich, and gave most of his money away. His money helped to start many public libraries in the US, and he also provided most of the money for building carnegie hall.
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