6 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. See the dictionary definition.
|Thursday, January 26, 2017||37D||One may be exploited||Hal Moore|
|Sunday, July 26, 2015||36D||Tax dodger's discovery||Ellen Leuschner and Jeff Chen|
|Thursday, June 18, 2015||9D||Something exploited by a tax adviser||Jason Flinn|
|Sunday, July 24, 2011||27A||Tax lawyer's find||Kurt Mueller|
|Thursday, November 4, 2010||39A||Way to get around something||Mike Nothnagel|
|Tuesday, August 24, 1999||38D||Object of a tax lawyer's search||Elizabeth C. Gorski|
1 result for LOOPHOLE from Variety puzzles.
|April 17, 2016||acrostic||I||Opportunity for evasion||Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon|
9 results for LOOPHOLE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Saturday, May 23, 1987||39D||Lawyer's quest||Norman S. Wizer||Maleska|
|Wednesday, February 8, 1984||9D||Means of evasion||Kathryn Righter||Maleska|
|Sunday, March 7, 1971||89A||Excavation in Chicago||Edward J. O'Brien||Weng|
|Tuesday, October 31, 1967||6D||Means of evading the law.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Sunday, July 30, 1967||124A||Legal escape hatch.||Louis Sabin||Farrar|
|Thursday, November 29, 1962||41A||Small opening.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Monday, March 16, 1959||47A||Means of evasion.||S. A. Kay||Farrar|
|Wednesday, December 29, 1954||8D||Means of escape.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Friday, March 7, 1952||37D||Narrow avenue of escape.||Unknown||Farrar|