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English: Design of LISP-Based Processors

or, SCHEME: A Dielectric LISP
or, Finite Memories Considered Harmful

or, LAMBDA: The Ultimate Opcode
Date May 1979
Author Guy Lewis Steele, Jr. and Gerald Jay Sussman
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