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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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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.
The loco was a stalwart of the original Welsh Highland Railway, which closed to passengers in 1936, and in the early years of the preservation era was on a plinth at Porthmadog Harbour Station as an advertisement for the Ffestiniog Railway.
Though the move may seem bizarre, a Doritos Locos Tacos flavored chip does make sense, though, since Doritos already created 6 and still successfully sells 6 a taco-flavored chip in 1968.
AN historic steam loco, heading for the scrapheap and rescued by the Ffestiniog Railway (FR), will celebrate a half century of unbroken service on the scenic narrow gauge line this weekend.
Danny Milne replied for Locos but Henderson stretched Cove's lead.
After racing into the 2-0 lead Locos continued to press and young home keeper Andrew Ward looked hesitant in dealing with balls played in by Scott Buchan and Mark Smith.
INVERURIE went loco in FORT WILLIAM as a late Stuart McKay goal clinched them a 2-0 win.
The gang problems called for a multi-agency collaboration, police said, because the West Side Locos are based in west Glendale, in an area bounded by Sonora Avenue, Allen Avenue, Victory Boulevard and the Golden State Freeway.
Frito-Lay is trying to capitalize on the success of Doritos Tacos Locos with the Taco Bell chips.
AN historic loco will haul a passenger train for the first time next week.
Locos caterer Harry Fraser originally ordered 2000 steak and Scotch pies to feed the sell-out crowd expected at Harlaw Park for the fourth-round showdown.