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  1. Solutions without overcomplications and mistakes.
  2. Solutions without overcomplications or mistakes.
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Nominal Sentences of my own. Does one not make sense in english? If so why? What is the meaning attached to each grammatically sound nominal sentence? Constructions: without A and B / without A or B / without A nor B Which is/are impossible/incorrect? For the correct one(s), what is the logical implication? Thank you

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Solutions with neither overcomplications nor mistakes.

We often pair "neither" with "nor".

1 and 2 could be ambiguous. To avoid it, do not use the parallel construction. Instead say

Solutions without overcomplications and without mistakes

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