loco

[in] place; i.e., perform the notes at the pitch written, generally used to cancel an 8va or 8vb direction. In string music, also used to indicate return to normal playing position (see Playing the violin).[1]
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Loco

• (n.) A plant (Astragalus Hornii) growing in the Southwestern United States, which is said to poison horses and cattle, first making them insane. The name is also given vaguely to several other species of the same genus. Called also loco weed. • (adv.) A direction in written or printed music to return to the proper pitch after having pla...
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Loco

[Coal Chamber song] `Loco` is a single by the band Coal Chamber. It is one of the band`s best known songs. It mixes a nu metal style drum and bass line with an industrial sounding guitar and the `darker` lyrics and singing style that the band were known for. ==Music video== The video starts off with the ice cream truck (which is on the cove...
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Loco

[David Lee Murphy song] ==Critical reception== Deborah Evans Price, of Billboard magazine reviewed the song favorably, calling it a `frisky, uptempo number about the joys about being a little bit crazy.` She goes on to say that `saucy fiddle and infectious lead-guitar work add spice to this fun tune.` She praises Murphy, stating that he rem...
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Loco

[Enrique Iglesias song] (2013) (2013) (2014) `Loco` is the lead Spanish single and overall second single from Enrique Iglesias`s album, Sex and Love. The single features American recording artist Romeo Santos. This is Iglesias` second Bachata song after `Cuando Me Enamoro`. A banda version of the song was recorded which features Mexican rec...
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Loco

[Jowell & Randy song] ==Live performances== The remix version was performed on the 2010 Premios Juventud on July 15, before that, Wisin & Yandel performed their single `Irresistible`, including a choreography by the dancers of Step Up 3D dancing behind them. ==Music video== A music video for both versions (album version & remix) was filmed ...
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Loco

[loa] In the Voodoo religion, Loco (also spelled Loko) is a loa, patron of healers and plants, especially trees. He is a racine (root), and a Rada Loa. Among several other Loa he is linked with the poteau mitan or centrepost in a Vodou peristyle. He is the husband of loa Ayizan, and just as she is the archetypal Mambo (priestess), so her hu...
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Loco

[nickname] Loco or El Loco is a nickname for: ...
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Loco

[video game] Loco is a 1984 computer game developed by Antony Crowther and released by Alligata for the Commodore 64. In 1986 it was converted for the ZX Spectrum and Atari 8-bit family. The ZX Spectrum version was developed by Richard Stevenson, David Wright and Nigel Speight. The music for the game is a C64 remake of Jean Michel Jarre`s E...
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Loco

Lo'co adverb [ Italian ] (Mus.) A direction in written or printed music to return to the proper pitch after having played an octave higher.
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Loco

Lo'co noun [ Spanish loco insane.] (Botany) A plant ( Astragalus Hornii ) growing in the Southwestern United States, which is said to poison horses and cattle, first making them insane. The name is also given vaguely to several other species of the same genus. Called also loco wee...
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Loco

Lo'co transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Locoed ; present participle & verbal noun Locoing .] To poison with loco; to affect with the loco disease; hence (Colloq.), to render insane or mad. 'The locoed novelist.' W. D...
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Loco

Crazy.
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Loco

German trade term equivalent to spot.
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Loco

German trade term equivalent to spot.
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Loco

In music, loco is a direction in written or printed music to return to the proper pitch after having played an octave higher.
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loco

Latin, meaning: to place, put, position.
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loco

loco
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Loco

Loco is slang for insane.
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LOCO

London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games. Led by Seb Coe, LOCOG is a private sector body responsible for staging a safe, secure, successful and profitable London 2012 Games. The analogy used is that LOCOG is putting on the show, while the ODA is building the theatre.
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loco

place; return to the written register after playing an octave higher through using 8va
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Loco

The place at which gold is held and to which a delivery price applies. London is the common denominator world-wide and represents the basis for international trading and settlement in gold and silver.
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Loco

The place at which gold is held and to which a delivery price applies. London is the common denominator world-wide and represents the basis for international trading and settlement in gold and silver.
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loco

to place, put, position.
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loco

[in] place; i.e., perform the notes at the pitch written, generally used to cancel an 8va or 8vb direction. In string music, also used to indicate return to normal playing position (see Playing the violin).
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22287
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