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Sue

Eugène . original name Marie-Joseph Sue. 1804--57, French novelist, whose works, notably Les mystères de Paris (1842--43) and Le juif errant (1844--45), were among the first to reflect the impact of the industrial revolution on France

Sue

The system language used to write an operating system for the IBM 360. It is a cross between Pascal and XPL. It allows type checked separate compilation of internal procedures using a program library.

["The System Language for Project Sue", B.L. Clark e al, SIGPLAN Notices 6(9):79-88 (Oct 1971)].
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Americans United has followed the case since its inception, and its legal team is filing a friend-of-the-court brief arguing that taxpayers should have the right to sue.
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Chamber of Commerce's Institute for Legal Reform was spending millions nationally on advertising and lobbying for restrictions on citizens' rights to sue.
Hartford Insurance also has been Involved with silica litigation for several years, and has noticed an increase ill claims activity in recent months, Sue Honeyman, a spokeswoman for Hartford, said.
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