American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of eastern Iowa on the Mississippi River opposite the Illinois-Wisconsin border. It was first settled permanently in 1833 and is the oldest city in the state. Population: 57,700.
- n. a town in eastern Iowa on the Mississippi River
“DUBUQUE - A member of an environmental committee that wants Dubuque to consider banning plastic shopping bags said it's time to look at options to the oil-based products.”
“The event in Dubuque today, looping in federal officials, demonstrates the depth of IBM's transformation from big hardware supplier to professional services powerhouse.”
“Who wants to see their religious traditions disrespected by foreigners strolling about and taking pictures as if the congregants were morons to be fodder for their two-bit family slide show back in Dubuque?”
“People in Dubuque have also soured on Murphy following a dispute his wife had with Finley Hospital, where his wife is a nurse and union representative.”
“As women religious, we wouldn't believe that we've done anything to create the need for this, says Nancy Schreck, president of Sisters of St. Francis in Dubuque, Iowa.”
“We move up the river -- always through enchanting scenery, there being no other kind on the Upper Mississippi -- and pass Moline, a center of vast manufacturing industries; and Clinton and Lyons, great lumber centers; and presently reach Dubuque, which is situated in a rich mineral region.”
“Kunzie said his father, Scott Kunzie, also called Dubuque freshman Mollie Whiting, a 2009”
“Reconnecting some of Iowa's largest cities - such as Dubuque, Iowa City and the Quad Cities - to Chicago will add to our state's economic success," said Culver, "and as governor I appreciate the opportunity to work with Governor Quinn on this important regional issue.”
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