And he spares no word for George W. Bush or Condi Rice, either.
And indeed, probably half my co-workers had either never attended college, or never finished.
either way, it seems that Batman, despite being the hero the city deserves, is not the one it needs right now.
We know that she was 19 and working as either a model or a bookbinder when, in 1869, she met Cézanne in Paris.
President Jenkins never read the letter, either, because Doyle refused to send it to him.
"And we won't get a medal, either," Stan remarked as he matched O'Malley's grin.
So small was it that to have gone a few feet to either side would have been to miss it.
She loves him better than she loves her life; but she loves right better than either.
Young Sparrow must either starve or ask his neighbor to help him with a loan.
All of them believed that he was either drowning or attacked by a crocodile.
Old English ægðer, contraction of æghwæðer "each of two, both," from a "always" (see aye (adv.)) + ge- collective prefix + hwæðer "which of two, whether" (see whether).
Cognate with Dutch ieder, Old High German eogiwedar, German jeder "either, each, every"). Modern sense of "one or the other of two" is late 13c. Use of either-or to suggest an unavoidable choice between alternatives (1931) in some cases reflects Danish enten-eller, title of an 1843 book by Kierkegaard.