American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- The central business district of Chicago, Illinois. The Loop was originally named for a loop in the elevated railroad tracks.
“In the Loop is a creature of odd origin; the film is ostensibly a spin-off of BBC sitcom The Thick of It. But while the two projects share a number of actors, only one character makes the crossover from series to film.”
“Often, In the Loop is a showcase for clever idiots.”
“In the Loop is foreign but it's in English so it doesn't really count ....”
“School-district officials say the building, in a poor Latino neighborhood southwest of the Loop, is unsafe and would be too expensive to bring up to current building codes.”
“As far as a work out, the Prospect Park Loop is a good one.”
“And they report it's going to be another few hours before the Inner Loop is entirely reopened.”
“The Loop is not required to use Kylo but an input device of some sort is — Kylo sports an on-screen QWERTY keyboard, it is possible to go mouse-only.”
“The Loop is home to 24 higher education institutions.”
“Where you see the big 5 there on our map, that's near where we call the Loop Current, and that is a body -- or just like a little eddy, almost, of some very warm, very deep water.”
“The heart of the Kin experience is the homescreen, called Loop, which is similar in some respects to Motorola's MotoBLUR user interface for its phones based on Google's Android platform.”
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