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Any GoF Patterns violate any OO Design Principles?

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Precisely, a curiosity. Just a question out of curiosity.

So if and only possible, can you let your valuable experience and/or observation speaks. 1M Thanks.

Quickly and scope-wise OO Design Principles mentioned/interested are:
SRP - Single Responsiblity Principle
OCP - Open Closed Principle
LSP - Liskov Substitution Principle
DIP - Dependency Inversion Principle
ISP - Interface Segration Principle

Does any GoF patterns violates any of the above mentioned?
 
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