Randall Lane on the $20 billion loophole not even the fat cats will defend.
He even praises the Bush administration for closing a loophole in capital adequacy rules in 2001.
I found the loophole, cheated cancer, and rediscovered the pleasure of martinis.
James Warren on the loophole that lets lawmakers sit out as long as they want.
Citizens for Tax Justice estimates that the loophole is worth $97 billion over the next 10 years.
There was nothing that I could do but peep through my loophole, and think how silly it all was.
From every side he attacked the problem, but nowhere could he find the loophole he sought.
"Let me see if I could take aim," said Joe, deliberately pointing his musket through the loophole.
He saw it now, and saw that the only loophole was the chance this combat offered him.
"They know as well as we do that we're here," growled Jim, as he stared through his loophole.
also loop-hole, mid-15c., from Middle English loupe "opening in a wall" for shooting through or admitting light (c.1300), perhaps related to Middle Dutch lupen "to watch, peer;" + hole (n.). Figurative sense of "outlet, means of escape" is from 1660s.