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Or

Or may refer to:

OR, O.R. or or may also refer to:

Computing and technology

  • Bitwise OR, an operator in computer programming
  • Onion routing, anonymous networking technique (also Onion Router)
  • OR gate, an integrated circuit in electronics

Music

Film and television

Education

Places

  • Or (Crimea)
  • Oregon, a state in the United States, whose postal abbreviation is "OR"

Linguistics

Titles and military ranks

  • Official Receiver, a statutory office holder in England and Wales
  • Other ranks (Denmark), military personnel in all branches of the Danish military that are not officers by the NATO system of ranks and insignia
  • Other ranks (UK), those personnel who are not commissioned officers, usually including non-commissioned officers (NCOs), in the British Army, Royal Marines, Royal Air Force and in the armies and air forces of many other Commonwealth countries

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