Not-or in a sentence

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How to use not-or in a sentence. Not-or pronunciation.

This was Paul's experience when he went thus to God about the thorn, and came away without the specific relief he had prayed for, but with such a blessing as a result of his drawing near to God, that he little cared whether the thorn remained or not-or, rather, rejoiced that it was not removed; that it might be used to keep him near to God, whose love so filled his soul.
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The world is laid out here in large lots, and the swing of natural laws is shared by the population, as it is not-or not as much-in your feudal Europe.
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Hast thou found him so silly and blockish, that he would not-or so destitute of men and money, of counsel and skill in military discipline, that he cannot withstand thy unjust invasion?
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The Emperor did not-or did not choose to-heed his great Marshal's marked want of deference.
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You would never beg him to go on loving you, after he had ceased to care, or think nothing on earth worth having if he would not-or could not.
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Consecrate your existence to the recollection of James Steerforth's tenderness-he would have made you his serving-man's wife, would he not?-or to feeling grateful to the upright and deserving creature who would have taken you as his gift.
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Though, as wuz nateral, there wuz severel divisions of opinions as to the road I should take a-goin' there, what day I should come back, what remiedies wuz best for me to recommend when I got there, what dress I should wear, and whether I should wear a hankerchif pin or not-or a bib apron, or a plain banded one, etc., etc., etc.
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Examples of Not-or

Example #1
A widow once told the writer of the turning point in her Christian life, when God's love was so shed abroad in her heart that she had been enabled to go on through all her trials rejoicingly conscious of God's presence, and casting all her burdens upon Him.
Example #2
She was driven to seek God by great need.
Example #3
My countrymen do not content me, but they are susceptible of inspirations.
Example #4
But I have always 'the belief that a trip across the sea would have abated your despair of us.
Example #5
Villon, to dress an old clownish father greybeard, who was to represent God the father, begged of Friar Stephen Tickletoby, sacristan to the Franciscan friars of the place, to lend him a cope and a stole.
Example #6
March hence presently, and to-morrow, some time of the day, retreat unto thine own country, without doing any kind of violence or disorderly act by the way; and pay withal a thousand besans of gold (which, in English money, amounteth to five thousand pounds), for reparation of the damages thou hast done in this country.