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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
noun: 1. A crazy person. 2. Locoweed (any of various poisonous, leguminous plants).
verb tr.: 1. To poison with locoweed. 2. To make crazy.
[From Spanish loco (crazy).]
The word loco has a number of other senses. It's used to refer to an engine (abbreviation of locomotive). Also, in music, it indicates that notes be played as written, canceling a previous direction that they be played an octave higher or lower, from Italian loco (there), from Latin in loco (at the place).
"So they're local. But are they loco? Why would two otherwise sane and
successful businessmen step up to the plate to pay - an undisclosed sum,
and indeed the deal will not be finalized until after the Nov. 16 Grey
Cup game - for a failing club that has lost over $50 million since
"Of course, the more savvy investor will simply have bought into the
euphoria and gone along for the ride ('go long till you're wrong'), never
mind the signs of impending doom from a market that appears to have gone
If all men knew what others say of them, there would not be four friends in the world. -Blaise Pascal, philosopher and mathematician (1623-1662)