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- proper n. Iowa
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- Iowa; -- a nickname of obscure origin.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a state in midwestern United States
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The TV spot, called “Health Care Action,” is playing in Iowa, a sign that the McCain team thinks the Hawkeye State could be a battleground state in the fall.
The Hawkeye State, which is scheduled to host its first-in-the-nation presidential caucuses in early February, might reschedule if a top Florida lawmaker makes good on his Tuesday threat to
(April 21, 2009) -- DES MOINES, Iowa -- The Hawkeye State could be the next state to mandate biodiesel.
DES MOINES, Iowa -- The Hawkeye State could be the next state to mandate biodiesel.
(04 / 21 / 2009) -- DES MOINES, Iowa -- The Hawkeye State could be the next state to mandate biodiesel.
Romney is locked in a tight race for the Hawkeye State.
Gingrich is reeling: Newt Gingrich on Tuesday tore into Mitt Romney for saying he has no control over a pro-Romney super PAC, which has blanketed the air waves in the Hawkeye State with TV ads criticizing Gingrich.
The race for the Hawkeye State has proven unpredictable and appears to be heading toward a photo finish with former Massachusetts Gov.
With those words Rick Santorum began his speech in Iowa last night, and the former Pennsylvania senator quickly made clear that he is ready to play well beyond the Hawkeye State.
In Iowa, Mitt Romney, Michele Bachmann, Rick Perry and Newt Gingrich have all come and gone as opinion-poll leaders – not to mention Herman Cain, another Hawkeye State frontrunner before he crashed and burned.