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Usage and Grammar
Q. In a list introduced by “such as,” is it incorrect to use or (instead of and) to connect the final two items in the list?
A. It’s not incorrect. In some cases or may be essential for clarity. For instance, “They loved to ask for a topping such as peanut butter or jelly” instead of “They loved to ask for toppings such as peanut butter and jelly.”