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A method of escape, especially an ambiguity or exception in a rule that can be exploited in order to avoid its effect.
(military) To prepare a building for defense by preparing slits or holes through which to fire on attackers.
loop +"Ž hole
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
I told you about the loophole, and she won.t like that.
A new law which closes the loophole is urgently required.
Apart from abattoir workers, this is the main potential loophole.
You didn't wonder how past-Deidre learned of the loophole that let her become mortal?
Models which violate this assumption exploit what we call the memory loophole.
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