n.— «Navy officials announced Tuesday that they were scrapping plans to build a remote airfield in Washington and Beaufort counties. Even longtime opponents were taken aback. Some had fought plans for the outlying landing field—commonly called an “OLF”—for seven years.» —“Foes of Navy field had persistence, not power” by Jerry Allegood in Plymouth News & Observer (Raleigh, North Carolina) Jan. 27, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  1. kelly walsh says:

    olf – office de la langue francaise – language watch dog set up by the parti quebecois government (quebec, canada, 1977) to enforce their new draconian set of language laws, Bill 101, which dictated the use of french in most spheres of public life.

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