In one corner is Democrat Bruce Braley, a four-term congressman from the industrial city of Waterloo.
When Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) said he hoped health care would be Obama's "Waterloo," he was echoing Rush.
Gacy and his wife moved from Illinois and settled in Waterloo.
Sisk's grandmother, of Waterloo, Iowa, has told reporters that Vania had three children with Moses in the last several years.
It was this combination that brought us to "Waterloo" on healthcare reform.
When that day arrived I walked into Salisbury and took the train to Waterloo.
Napoleon returned from the disaster at Waterloo with all his hopes blighted.
The whole Peninsular war forms a commentary on this text, with Waterloo for a crowning lesson.
Look at it there, in his chest, on the left—just where Vincileone was hit at Waterloo.
Waterloo Station in war time presents a picture of unending interest.
battle took place June 18, 1815, at village near Brussels; extended sense of "a final, crushing defeat" is first attested 1816 in letter of Lord Byron. The second element in the place name is from Flemish loo "sacred wood."