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Subject:  Re: "and" or "or"? Date:  11/8/2012  12:17 PM
Author:  discurro Number:  12726 of 14859

It depends. The words "And" and "Or" obviously have different meanings. "And" denotes both cases, and "Or" denotes one or the other.

So the audience of your message....are some possibly addressing both? Or do all address one or the other. If former, choose And. If latter, choose Or.

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