n.— «It is also in Toronto that you see KLM airplanes taxiing right in the middle of town. In the evening they go to sleep in their hangers, like any other aircraft, just that they are quite different. Apparently, KLM is the term for youngsters who were brought from Ghana when they were children. They understand Twi but cannot and will not speak it. They are called KLM because they are usually dropped off by that airline.» —“Canada, As I Have Never Known It: A Londoner’s Story Part II” by Benjamin Tawiah GhanaHomePage Nov. 20, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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