American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of central Iowa north of Des Moines. Iowa State University of Science and Technology (founded 1858) is here. Population: 51,600.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as amice.
“AMES, Iowa -- Ames, Iowa, is home to two very different clubs with one shared passion -- the medieval way of life.”
“AMES, Iowa -- A 15-year-old Irish dancer who's ranked as the best in the world made a special appearance in Ames on Thursday.”
“AMES, Iowa -- Officials said Tuesday that the weather will determine just how far construction crews get this fall on a new aquatic center in Ames.”
“AMES, Iowa -- Ames police said a man is in critical condition after being hit by a tractor-trailer early Thursday as he walked along U.S. Highway 30 in Ames.”
“AMES, Iowa -- Iowa state troopers report icy conditions along part of Interstate 35 north near Ames.”
“AMES, Iowa | Kansas State squeaked by Iowa State 86-85 this afternoon at Hilton Coliseum in Ames, Iowa.”
“Ironically, as the new Mall proposal in Ames is pushing its way through the maze of bureaucracy, Ankeny has a new proposal that would construct a "main-street-style" business area on the north part of the city.”
“It was born out of a short story of the same title Ames wrote in 2007 for McSweeney's.”
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