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SUPRA

A relational DBMS from Cincom Systems, Inc., Cincinnati, OH (www.cincom.com) that runs on IBM mainframes and VAXs. It includes a query language and a program that automates the database design process.
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section] 7407); see Steinzor, Reinventing Regulation, supra note 65, at 107.
See ANDREWS, supra note 9, at 259 (noting that the events surrounding the Regan administration's early approach to environmental regulation triggered "a more bitter and far more partisan period of distrust and ideological trench warfare over environmental protection policy"); Andrews, supra note 2, at 224 (during the 1980s "among elected politicians and interest groups [environmental protection] became a surrogate for an increasing ideological and partisan conflict over the role of government regulation in achieving it").
Andrews, supra note 2, at 244-45; Lazarus, supra note 59, at 1027; Case, Regulatory Reform Agenda, supra note 8, at 24.
See PERLMUTTER & VILLOLDO, supra note 57, at 19-20 (discussing the thinking brain, otherwise known as "the neocortex, which is responsible for speech, writing, and higher-order thinking in humans" and where "reasoning, and logic take place").
HORSTMAN, BRAVE NEW Brain, supra note 59, at 39 (explaining how memories or "bits of specific information" are created through this process).
Carter, The Human Brain, supra note 72, at 69; LeDoux, supra note 89, at 40-42.
LEDOUX, supra note 89, at 47 ("[E]lectrical signals coming down axons get converted into chemical messages that help trigger electrical signals in the next cell.