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Car·ne·gie

 (kär′nə-gē, kär-nā′gē, -nĕg′ē), Andrew 1835-1919.
Scottish-born American industrialist and philanthropist who amassed a fortune in the steel industry and donated millions of dollars for the benefit of the public.

Car·ne·gie

 (kär′nə-gē), Dale 1888-1955.
American educator known for his self-improvement book How to Win Friends and Influence People (1936).

Carnegie

(ˈkɑːnəɡɪ; kɑːˈneɪ-)
n
(Biography) Andrew. 1835–1919, US steel manufacturer and philanthropist, born in Scotland: endowed public libraries, education, and research trusts

Car•ne•gie

(ˈkɑr nɪ gi, kɑrˈneɪ gi, -ˈnɛg i)

n.
Andrew, 1835–1919, U.S. steel manufacturer and philanthropist, born in Scotland.
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Noun1.Carnegie - United States educator famous for writing a book about how to win friends and influence people (1888-1955)
2.Carnegie - United States industrialist and philanthropist who endowed education and public libraries and research trusts (1835-1919)Carnegie - United States industrialist and philanthropist who endowed education and public libraries and research trusts (1835-1919)
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She drew books from the Carnegie Library and studied physiology and hygiene, and learned a myriad of things about herself and the ways of woman's health that she had never been taught by Sarah, the women of the orphan asylum, nor by Mrs.
Butler, and by Andrew Carnegie, who, from a poor immigrant boy had arisen to be the book-giver of the world.
And then had come the railway, and then villas and villas, and then the gas-works and the water-works, and a great, ugly sea of workmen's houses, and then drainage, and the water vanished out of the Otterbourne and left it a dreadful ditch, and then a second railway station, Bun Hill South, and more houses and more, more shops, more competition, plate-glass shops, a school-board, rates, omnibuses, tramcars--going right away into London itself--bicycles, motor-cars and then more motor-cars, a Carnegie library.
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In connection with the Initial Public Offering of Carnegie (STO:CAR) in 2001, the need for long-term incentive programmes in addition to Carnegie's profit-share system was communicated, and three warrant programmes were issued during 2002-2004.
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