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oillet, oillette

A small opening, or circular loophole, in a fortification of the Middle Ages.
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Akshay's film T oilet: Ek Prem Katha is doing good and people are liking it," Khan told reporters.
A few years ago the small bar and oilet facilities were altered and recently I noticed the function room toilets had been swapped around.
Accompanied by a large number of supporters, the Prince came to court "apparelled in a gowne of blew satten, full of small oilet holes, at everie hole the needle hanging by a silke thred with which it was sewed.