Loophole (disambiguation)

A loophole is a weakness that allows a system to be circumvented. The term loophole could also refer to:
* Embrasure, a slit in a castle wall
* Loophole (short story), a short science fiction story by Arthur C. Clarke
* "Loophole" (1954 film), film about a bank teller
* "Loophole" (1981 film), film about a bank robbery
* , an episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"
* A minor supervillain in "Superman" comics.
*Loopholes in Bell test experiments,an explanation for the outcome of certain experiments.


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