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plot

(plot),
A graphic representation; (v) to construct such a representation.

plot

Statistics
A graphic representation of objective data.

Vox populi
The story line in a narrative or fictional work.

plot

(plot)
A graphic representation.
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According to Spook, the key to tagging wall-hangers is carefully plotting your ambush inside of areas that are hunter-accessible but feel safe to bucks.
11, 2001, authorities have arrested about 70 people in Los Angeles in connection with terrorism investigations, though none was charged specifically with plotting terrorist acts, Williams said.
the pacing, plotting, characterization, and narration of this novel keep the listener fully engaged.
Comparing methods of measurement: why plotting difference against standard method is misleading.
When Wilks checked the coordinates of the centers of the circles he was plotting, he noticed that the pairs were all rational numbers (fractions).
microprobe) results forthe Lherzolitic and Harzburgitic garnets and plotting them on a Cr2O3 vs.
Elaine Burley, the inventor of the Plotmaster, also has a new video entitled, Plotting for Wildlife from A--Z.
Jewish Defense League leader Irv Rubin and a Reseda man active in the militant group faced federal charges Wednesday of plotting to bomb a Muslim mosque as a ``a wake-up call'' to the Arab community in the aftermath of the Sept.
6, instead of plotting MMC, we plotted the corresponding optimum decision threshold on the z-axis for the apoB/A test.
Improvements Include Ability to Handle Extremely Large Data Files, Reduced Memory Usage, Speed Optimizations, and Simplified Access to Plotting Functionality
The Sherman Oaks man suspected of plotting to blow up the Ventura County Courthouse can get a fair trial on securities fraud charges even though prosecutors were among potential victims of the bomb plot, a judge ruled Friday.