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plot

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

Statistics
A graphic representation of objective data.

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

(plot)
A graphic representation.
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The whole atmosphere is in favour of BJP and the opposition is losing the plot because they are inactive."
See Losing the Plot at The Hub, Kirkburton, on Monday May 21 at 7.30pm.
After surging 3-0 ahead with breaks of 65 and 109, Mackenzie watched Holt - whom he knew had a reputation for "losing the plot" -self-destruct and hand him the next two frames on a plate.
Former Newcastle manager Kevin Keegan has accused Kenny Dalglish of "losing the plot" at St James' Park.
Losing the Plot is a story of love - love between people and the land, love between people and people, and love between people and their giant vegetables.
Mac-ked off: Linesman Craig Young has to step in to stop McInally as he goes to confront the ref Losing the plot: Young has to pull away McInally as the entire Shire management team are incensed How Darr you?: Cowden's Darren McGregor bundles the ball in to the net to grab the crucial aggregate winner that sparks chaos
The Manchester United boss was sent to the stands - and then banned from the touchline for two matches - for losing the plot when Kevin Davies escaped unpunished for two heavy challenges on United defender Patrice Evra in November.
FURIOUS Ayr defender Murray Henderson accused ref Chris Boyle of losing the plot after awarding two penalties in the final minute.
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.