LOGIC, embedded in LISP 

Robinson & Sibert, Syracuse 1980. "LOGIC, embedded in LISP" A Prolog-like language.

Related languages
LISP 1.5 => LOGLISP   Extension of
Prolog => LOGLISP   Influence
LOGLISP => SUPER   Evolution of

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