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Normally, when you use a single conjunction in at the end of the list, it's assumed to apply to the entire list. So A, B, or C typically means a choice between the 3 items, while A, B, and C means all the items are collected together. The comma by itself doesn't imply any specific way of joining the items around it, so the conjunction at the end supplies ...



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