Yurt, Baidar (1774); Angora (1784)

Towse self at TOWSE.COM
Fri Jun 7 00:04:36 UTC 2002

Bapopik at AOL.COM wrote:

> Pg. 33:  They live in _Jurts_ or cellars under ground...
> (One of many other "jurts" here.  But why "under" ground?  I stayed in a yurt
> hut "above" ground--ed.)

Perhaps the author meant they lived in either jurts or cellars
under ground.

Is there any other instance in the book of "or" so you can check
whether the author used "either"/"or" pairing?

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