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INTERLISP reference manual
Xerox Corporation
Document, 1975-12
102721868

Envos promotional materials
Envos Corporation
Document, 1988 ca
102721876

Envos software applications catalog
Envos Corporation
Document, 1988-08
102721883

Why LISP?
Lucid, Inc.
Document, 1986
102721865

IQLISP - Reference manual
Integral Quality
Document, 1983-01
102721892

Press releases from Envos Corporation
Envos Corporation
Document, 1988 ca
102721874

Enjeux No. 88
Association Fran├žaise de Normalisation (AFNOR)
Document, 1988-03
102721881

Interlisp-VAX: A Report
Stanford University. Department of Computer Science
Document, 1981-08-01
102721887

Common LISP
Digital Press
Document, 1984
102727385

Envos products at-a-glance
Envos Corporation
Document, 1988-08
102721875

LISP: language and literature - Course materials
Stanford University, Center for the Study of Language and Information
Document, 1984-06-25
102721864

The T manual
Yale University
Document, 1983-05-03
102721890

The FRANZ LISP Manual
California, University of (Berkeley)
Document, 1980
102721860

The portable standard LISP user's manual
University of Utah
Document, 1982-01-18
102721858

Technical issues on international character set handling in LISP
Japanese SC22/LISP WG
Document, 1989-03
102721889

the friendly dandelion primer
University of Pittsburgh
Document, 1984-04
102721891

The art of Symbolic Computing
Integrated Inference Machines, Inc.
Document, 1986-12
102721872

The T programming language - A dialect of LISP
Prentice-Hall, Inc.
Document, 1987
102721877

LISP/66 user's manual, version 4.0
University of Waterloo
Document, 1983-01
102721884

Common LISP cleanup
Xerox
Document, 1988-01-10
102721885