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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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Mike Davis recalls: "It was important the loco was delivered the 'right way round' (heading uphill towards Blaenau Ffestiniog).
But, unlike the warriors and victims who found their violent end under Geronimo's sway, it is the few Loco descendents (known in modern parlance as the Fort Sill Chiricahua/Warm Springs Apache of Oklahoma) who not only survived but still dream of Ojo Caliente, of their hopeful return home through a not-yet-realized casino at Akela Flats, New Mexico.
You don't have to go all the way to Ibiza to get a slice of the Circo Loco action though, because the day before Matthias and co.
He and Jane make the trip from their Suffolk home once a month to visit Premio Loco at Wall's yard, bag of Cox's apples in hand and looking forward to the prospect of seeing the horse carry on for years, with no stud value to hasten his exit.
During the next few years, in loco parentis continued to collapse as courts chipped away at it.
LOCO say they promote consistently low prices which are widely available, rather than advertise hard-to-find promotional fares.
Austrian Roth & Partners, acting "In Loco Domini" or in any other capacity, is unusual in that the firm derives its income from pre-agreed fees, rather than from commissions dependent upon completed sales or leases.
An FR spokesman said: "The loco was outshopped in works grey and is likely to remain in this livery until at least the autumn.
The 82-year-old drove the historic Hugh Napier loco at Penrhyn Quarry for three years until he was called up for National Service in 1947.
Genette Miller, whose son James is in the group, said: "Poco Loco entered their first competition recently and although they are yet to hear the results they all enjoyed taking part.
Well fancied for the Cambridgeshire, Premio Loco didn't quite see out 1m1f when sixth to Tazeez at Newmarket.
The manager looked through the peephole and saw two men dressed in El Pollo Loco uniforms.