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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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Looking at the Locos line-up, Donaldson added: "Locos definitely have plenty of talented players in striking positions, such as Chris Angus and Neil Gauld, so we will have to be on our guard."
Some engineers argued for new diesel locos, to haul electric IEP sets on non-electrified track.
Gordon Rushton, a former FR General Manager, said a new Moel Tryfan could be a viable project if people were prepared to accept some compromises, to ensure it was not a loco with limited power and therefore of limited use on the railways, especially the steeply graded WHR.
The sides were back level just before the interval when Nicol sealed his hat-trick after he beat Locos goalkeeper Reid at the second time of asking.
Cool Ranch Doritos Locos Tacos will be available at Taco Bell locations across Canada in beef and vegetarian options for a retail price of USD1.49 or USD1.99 for a DLT Supreme.
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Ffestiniog Railway spokesman Andrew Thomas said: "Half a century ago, the scrap line at Penrhyn was photographed and the locos which looked so sorry for themselves have been restored to their former glory.
Michie was man of the m atch in a 4-0 victory over Nairn County to kept Locos' championship hopes alive.
Ellington was the last pit to work out under the sea, the last to use locomotives for carrying miners and virtually the last to use locos for materials handling.