WASHINGTON - Opponents of the $8.25 billion Superconducting Super Collider vowed yesterday to carry on their fight against the giant atom smasher next year, despite an agreement by House and Senate negotiators to continue funding in 1993.

The project's foes said the collider may have received only a reprieve as a result of the decision by House and Senate appropriations conferees Tuesday to provide $517 million in fiscal 1993, which begins Oct. 1. That decision, mirroring the Senate's approval of funding for the project, overruled a House vote in June to kill the project.

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