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loco

denoting a price for goods, esp goods to be exported, that are in a place specified or known, the buyer being responsible for all transport charges from that place
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1980: Ochoa opens the first American El Pollo Loco on Alvarado Street in Los Angeles.
From handmade salsas to our fire-grilled chicken cooked by our specially trained Grill Masters, El Pollo Loco is dedicated to from scratch preparation and use of fresh, high-quality ingredients.
About El Pollo Loco El Pollo Loco is the nation's leading fire-grilled chicken chain which operates more than 400 company-owned and franchised restaurants in Arizona, California, Nevada, Texas and Utah.
But insiders said the locos are likely to remain in use much longer.
Engineers have converted the loco to coal firing after having originally been constructed as an oil burner.
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.
Founder Judy Cox launched Loco Ropes last year with three ropes challenge courses and a zip line.
He may have been totally unprepared but Leipzig-born Matthias wowed the Circo Loco crowds with his deep techy house and four years later he remains one of the brand's most popular residents.
Well fancied for the Cambridgeshire, Premio Loco didn't quite see out 1m1f when sixth to Tazeez at Newmarket.
To complement the new range, Cocoa Loco has unveiled brand new packaging to give the range shelf presence and to communicate the ethos of the brand--delicious, high-quality, handmade and ethically sound chocolate.