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Answer for the clue "College in Iowa", 3 letters:

Alternative clues for the word coe

Ovett track rival

Cedar Rapids college

Runner Sebastian

Former mile record holder

TV producer Fred

70's-80's British track star

Deal (with)

Miler Sebastian

Iowa college

Renowned British runner

Country singer David Allan ___

British runner Sebastian

Country music's David Allan ___

Iowa school

Record-setting miler Sebastian

Iowa college since 1851

Sebastian who once ran the world's fastest mile

Olympic gold-medal runner Sebastian

College in Cedar Rapids

Country singer David Allan ___, writer of "Take This Job and Shove It"

Longtime Washington Post theater critic Richard

Iowa's ___ College

Producer-director Fred ___

Famed British miler

Famed miler

Cedar Rapids institution

British miler Sebastian

Great miler

Track star Sebastian

An Iowa college

"Producer's Showcase" producer

Sebastian ___, record-breaking miler

Cedar Rapids university

Sebastian of track fame

Word definitions for coe in dictionaries

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
init. 1 Code of Ethics (?) 2 College of Education/Engineering (?) 3 Center of Excellence

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"hut built over a mine shaft," 1650s, from some source akin to Dutch kouw , German kaue in the same sense, from West Germanic *kauja- , an early borrowing of Latin cavea "hollow," from cavus "a hollow" (see cave (n.)).

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
COE may refer to: Cab Over Engine (more often "cab-over"), a truck body style Center of excellence , a formally appointed, and informally accepted, body of knowledge and experience on the subject area NATO Centres of Excellence Afghanistan-Pakistan Center...

Usage examples of coe.

Like a literalist from a liturgy, or coed from a cathartic feature film: nothing more important, easier than being a little kinder.

She would make a quick report with underspeech and scenting, before the heavily supervised, once-a-week, coed outdoor activity began.

Len Belzer and Donna Coe, a writer from the New York Post, were in the audience.