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a member of the Siouan people formerly living in Iowa and Minnesota and Missouri

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a dialect of the Chiwere language spoken by the Iowa

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These nurses are celebrated each May in Des Moines at the Iowa Events Center, where more than 1,000 people gather.
This bill passed the Iowa Senate on March 28, 49-0 and the Iowa House on April 10, 95-1.
8) While in private practice, she held positions on the Board of Governors of the Iowa State Bar Association, the Iowa Jury Instructions Committee, and the Board of Directors of the Polk County Legal Aid Society.
InnerChange employees, authority to control the spiritual, emotional, and physical lives of hundreds of Iowa inmates.
Frank Miller will serve as the as the Iowa City division manager.
Tissue samples from 4 animals that died of severe pneumonia were submitted to the Iowa State University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory.
But on the Iowa frontier you still cut wheat with a cradle and threshed it with horses or a flail.
Iowa Democrats will meet at the local precinct level on January 19 to decide whom to support.
Iowa (11-2) never had been blown out this season, but USC didn't seem surprised.
For example, in Iowa, qualifying offenses include criminal sexual offenses against minors; sexually violent offenses; sexual exploitation; aggravated offenses, including murder, nonparental kidnapping, or false imprisonment; manslaughter; and burglary, if sexual abuse or attempted sexual abuse occurred during the commission of the crime, as well as other relevant offenses, such as indecent exposure.
Schnoor and his colleagues at the University of Iowa are currently trying to place farmers at the forefront of a carbon trading system by researching the carbon capturing potential of Midwest soil.
In 1984, it became interested in landfilling them as a profitable method of surface mine reclamation and obtained a sanitary landfilling permit from the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) for 10.
Using remarkably rich data on the extent and type of schooling collected by the state census of Iowa in 1915, this essay explores the role of education in structuring the transition to low fertility in the United States.
Supreme Court held that the Iowa statute facially discriminated against foreign commerce in violation of the Foreign Commerce Clause.
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Deaf Services Commission of Iowa (DSCI) of the Iowa Department of Human Rights is proud to announce an enhanced, newly designed Web site featuring information in American Sign Language (ASL) and access to Commission services through new videophone technology.