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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.
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The passengers made their way from the station into town and later watched as the loco ran round its train and made its way to Valley to be turned.
El loco dijo con voz de mando: "Recuerda, nino, soy un guerrero, he luchado por largos anos, nadie me ha podido ganar.
Y es que internacionalmente la politica y la vida se encuentran severamente danadas, por locos y por locuras, sin talento.
The management of wild populations, the aquaculture of abalone and the loco fishery have followed different pathways, but they, in general, form part of the same international seafood market.
"The diesel loco would have a good residual value in Europe --assuming it is a modern standard such as the Class 68 --so the lessor should assume a 35-year life, if they want the deal, and the stock remains good for electric haulage.
To find out more about Loco and paddle baording call Joe on 07779 127230 or email enquiries@boardskillz.co.uk
Con todo, el planteamiento del loco en los siglos aureos, que la autora lleva a cabo, le ayuda a proyectar las transiciones que sufre el hospital de locos: este deviene en carcel e, incluso, en teatro.
Poco Loco will compete in the Soar UK Street Dance Championships in Manchester tomorrow.
The loco, built by the Hunslet Engine Company, Leeds in 1893 for the Penrhyn Quarry Railway at a cost of pounds 800, was brought to Minffordd by rail.
PREMIO LOCO, 3-1 favourite with sponsor Blue Square for next Saturday's Winter Derby, is set to take his chance in Lingfield's Group 3 contest after he failed to get an invite to the Godolphin Mile on Dubai World Cup day.
At first sight I thought it might have been a Castle or Hall class loco but the Great Western's livery is green and this was black.
In his long-overdue text, Loco: Apache Peacemaker, Bud Shapard turns our focus away from the resistant warriors and imprisoned victims of earlier writings and, using Chief Loco as a counternarrative, offers a necessary window into the Apachean third-way: Loco's Warm Springs Apache as agents of peaceful Indigenous resistance through political diplomacy and philosophical cosmopolitanism.