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loco

(lō′kō)
n. pl. lo·cos
1. See locoweed.
2. See locoism.
tr.v. lo·coed, lo·coing, lo·cos
1. To poison with locoweed.
2. Slang To cause to be mentally deranged; craze.

loco

see locoism.
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El Pollo Loco first partnered with P&G Professional in January 2011 after a thorough test including input from their franchisee community.
Remarkably of the 22 locos built by the Leeds-based firm for North Wales quarries 18 of them remain intact.
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Joe Clulow with the 1904 Hugh Napier Steam Engine being restored to its former glory at Ffestiniog Railway's Boston engineering works, Porthmadog; inset, the loco on a test run Pics: ROBERT PARRY JONES, ERYL
Locos manager John Gardiner said: "I thought we acquitted ourselves quite well in the first 25 minutes.
One of the locos, the Class 37, will take part in a running day on September 27 but the group's popular diesel gala, scheduled to have been held on October 3-5, has been cancelled.
We can't wait to introduce Houstonians to El Pollo Loco this fall and demonstrate our points of differentiation.
Railway enthusiasts greet the Kinlet Hall steam loco at Llandudno Junction Picture: ROBERT PARRY JONES
We've taken the craveable taste of carnitas and given it a mouthwatering new twist, the way only El Pollo Loco can.
Dale brings to El Pollo Loco his exceptional track record of purchasing and supply chain management, as well as a proven ability to successfully lead his teams," said Steve Sather, president and CEO, El Pollo Loco.
Rail Passengers Committee Wales secretary Clive Williams welcomed the use of carriage trains on the route but is concerned the locos are not as reliable or comfortable as the new trains.
El Pollo Loco shareholders who wish to discuss this action and their legal options are encouraged to contact Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP (Darren J.