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You can already simplify your query a bit by using "|" in queries, which acts like "a or b" -> "a|b", and "~" (tilde) instead of "=". For example: ["amenity"~"parking|school"] -- Not sure how much that will speed up the process though and what your desired result should look like.

(01 Aug '17, 20:52) chrki
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