An American industrial leader of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Carnegie, a self-made man, immigrated to the United States from Scotland without money and made millions in the steel industry. He sold his steel interests in 1901 and gave most of the proceeds away, largely to educational, cultural, and peacemaking organizations. For example, Carnegie money went toward the founding of free public libraries in many cities and to the establishment of Carnegie Hall, the famous concert hall in New York City.
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“I do not support gay marriages being recognized in Florida,” he wrote Andrew Walther of Sanford.
The big slug happened to hit the suspect in the street, passing through his arm and then striking Police Officer Andrew Dossi.
The father of the wounded Officer Andrew Dossi sums it up perfectly.
When the father arrived at the hospital, he was told that Andrew Dossi was in surgery, but the wounds were not life-threatening.
Andrew and Fergie separated in 1992 after six years of marriage and formally divorced in 1996.
Andrew Michael Ramsay, a Scottish historian and philosopher, died.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
This group contains the name of the only President (Andrew Johnson) who was ever sought to be impeached.Assimilative Memory|Marcus Dwight Larrowe (AKA Prof. A. Loisette)
This is very probable, and may account also for the elevated model which was adopted both by Andrew and some others of the Amati.
After Andrew, as great makers, come his two sons Antonius and Hieronymus, who flourished from 1550 to 1634.
The tone is also more powerful than Andrew's violins generally are, and it is altogether a very fine example of his work.