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A-language definition

An early ALGOL-like surface syntax for Lisp.
["An Auxiliary Language for More Natural Expression--The A-language", W. Henneman in The Programming Language LISP, E.C. Berkeley et al eds, MIT Press 1964, pp.239- 248].
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