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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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In the same quarter last year, El Pollo Loco reported earnings per share of 22 cents on sales of $111.63 million.
In service with London Midland Scottish (LMS), the loco would have regularly hauled the express.
Loco pilots averted them but it is not actually their work.
It was retired via Nuneaton loco shed to Crewe Works, where it received cosmetic restoration and eventual display.
New offering is the Loco Bowl with Asian Zing, grilled chicken slices with rice, sweet corn and special sauce.
But she was threatened with ending up on the scrapyard until Yorkshire railway enthusiast Ronald Ainsworth saved her in 1967, naming the loco after his parents, Joseph and Emma.
Several species of the gastropod abalone, Haliotis spp., and the gastropod Concholepas concholepas (Bruguiere, 1789), known in Chile as loco, in Peru as chanque or tolina and in international seafood markets as false abalone, are highly priced delicacies mostly traded in Asian seafood markets.
The locos' AC technology allows for electro-dynamic braking down to a complete stop, eliminating the need for mechanical brakes in normal operation and reducing wear on rails, wheels and other components.
A couple of key contracts were coming up that required loco haulage.
The challenge now is to build on all that hard work, diversify into other related areas to increase our appeal and take Loco international.