Yurt, Baidar (1774); Angora (1784)
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
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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