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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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Mikron's Artistic Director, Marianne McNamara commissioned Losing the Plot last summer and said: "Mikron have always told the story of events, innovations and movements through the eyes of ordinary people and communities.
Mikron's Artistic Director, Marianne McNamara who commissioned Losing The Plot last summer, explained why she was drawn to the theme of allotments.
Rather than losing the plot, why not identify the source of the problem.
But this vile crime is the kind of thing serial killers do in childhood before totally losing the plot.
Many blame Phil Thompson, stand-in boss as Houllier recovers from heart surgery, for losing the plot.
We have a soft touch government which is rapidly losing the plot, while the Australians are showing the guts they recently displayed when hammering us at cricket.
Crowd deserting in their droves, the captain losing the plot and the head coach hiding in the dugout.