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Escape may refer to:

  • Escapism, mental diversion by means of entertainment or recreation
  • Escapology, the study and practice of escaping from physical restraints
  • Prison escape, the act of breaking out of prison
  • Escape response, instinctive behaviour in animals

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In computing

  • Escape character, in computing and telecommunication, a character which signifies that what follows takes an alternative interpretation
  • Escape key, the "Esc" key on a computer keyboard
  • Escape sequence, a series of characters used to trigger some sort of command state in computers

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Video game titles
  • Escape (video game), a ZX Spectrum video game developed and released by New Generation Software in 1982
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Other uses

  • Ford Escape, a small sport utility vehicle
  • Escape Cliffs, historic settlement site in the Northern Territory, Australia
  • E-scape, a project at Goldsmiths University in London that has developed an approach to the assessment of creativity and collaboration based on open-ended but structured activities
  • Escape (paraglider wing), a paraglider wing manufactured and marketed bu UP Europe 1997-2000.

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