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- He rented either a mid-size or an economy car.
[If in fact he rented both, this is still true]
- Either there's no bathroom in this house
or it's on the second floor. [In fact both statement
can't be simultaneously true, but that's not
due to the meaning of or]
- You can have either the white one or the red one.
[intended meaning: but not both]
Jean Mark Gawron