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

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A graphic representation of objective data.

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The story line in a narrative or fictional work.

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Marsden-based theatre company Mikron's new show, Losing the Plot tells the tale of love - love between people and the land, love between people and people, and love between people and their giant vegetables.
And where better for them to stage Losing the Plot than at Netherton Road Allotments, Netherton, on Saturday, May12, at 3pm.
Add in his spat with Thierry Henry and the fact he's made it clear he won't be signing anyone during the transfer window and you can see why I'm starting to wonder if Wenger (right) is losing the plot.
TWO cracking matches, one from Italy and one from Spain, are repeated tonight but, while Scotland v Bosnia is highly unlikely to match either in terms of quality, the Ibrox clash is brimming with potential for those who delight in marvelling at the Scots' unique talent for losing the plot just when things seem to be going smoothly.
LOSING The Plot is something Mikron Theatre Company will never do.
The Wilstermann star is facing a 40-game ban after losing the plot big time in a 2-2 draw with Universitario de Sucre.
The Manchester United boss was sent off and banned for two games - for losing the plot when Kevin Davies, right, escaped unpunished for two heavy challenges on United defender Patrice Evra earlier in the season.