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XPATH "OR" statement

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hi

here is my xpath at the moment

/MyDocument/Address/*[name() = 'AddressLine'][1]

this gets me the 1st address line out of my xml document

i want to now say get me the 1st address line where the name is equal to "AddressLine" OR "InternationalAddressLine"

how do i do this

thanks very much
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/MyDocument/Address/*[name() = 'AddressLine' or name()='InternationalAddressLine'][1]
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