- Iowa + -an (Wiktionary)
“What frustrates me the most as an Iowan is that out-of-state groups came in and flooded the TV and texts and robocalls and drowned out the voice of Iowans trying to counter them," she said.”
“Gray_Mouser: The Iowan is an embarassment as well.”
“Coming from Nebraska, a border state, we would always call Iowan's "Idiots Out Wandering Around.”
“Surely it has nothing to do with the ethics, since Hillary's paid Iowa staff, whether "Iowan" or not, will be caucusing that night if they meet the legal requirements.”
“In this column, we will analyze the court's opinion, paying particular attention to its emphasis on what it means to be an "Iowan" and its treatment of religious justifications for traditional definitions of marriage - the "unspoken" reasons for opposing redefining marriage.”
“Grassley is concerned that the elimination of the Medicare Advantage subsidy would encourage private plans to pull-out of rural areas and lead his Iowan constituents to lose their benefits.”
“This fall, the Daily Iowan agreed to run a twice-monthly University of Iowa Democrat/Republican exchange in which both sides will answer one prompt.”
“Iowan grandmother Deb Robben knows what life is like with a pre-existing condition.”
“As hard as it is to admit, my dad had feelings for the Iowan.”
“My dad left my mom two nights ago for his Iowan mistress, BTW.”
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