Oilette

A term used by Raphael Tuck and Sons of England to refer to a particular style of postcard production. The oilettes often looked like oil painting, with noticeable brush strokes

Oilette

A round opening at the base of a loophole, usually for a cannon muzzle
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Oilette

A round opening at the base of a loophole, usually for a cannon muzzle
Found on http://www.castlesontheweb.com/glossary.html
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