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The diagram would be the same. The "or" inherently allows for both to occur, so they didn't really need to add the "or both." They probably did so because the prior rule contains a pairing where it is specified to be "both." They probably wanted to avoid any confusion there, and thus added "or both." but it's not necessary, and doesn't change the diagram at all.
Please let me know if that helps. Thanks!
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