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

plot

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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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(plot)
A graphic representation.
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"Halton Council have lost the plot." He added: "Tolling is an economic and social disaster, and the people of Halton and businesses and customers are reluctant to pay tolls.
One viewer suggested: "Think Sharon has lost the plot with her choices tonight @NicoleCaldwell needs to come back maybe the Wild card."
He said: "He seemed crazy, lost the plot, lost control.
If that's still the plan then NYPC may just have lost the plot - because an opening hat-trick of New Wave disco driven Lost A Girl, indie funk pop powered Chaos, and the irresistible 80s-accentuated title track fair scream chart success.
Plotters who lost the plot READERS of this column already knew of a January plot against Gordon Brown FIVE MONTHS ago.
HAUNTED Scot Stephen Maguire wants to end the recurring nightmare of last year's UK Championship where he admits he lost the plot.
Yesterday resident Pam Watson said: "They've lost the plot."
Do any other readers agree, or have I lost the plot?
In an article to be published this week columnist Jasper Gerard will say that the UK has "lost the plot" over drinking laws.
He scored a beauty, marked out Henry and wound Zidane up to such an extent that Zizou lost the plot. In Italy he'll be hailed as legend.
There was no stopping them before Christmas, but the Robins have lost the plot recently, and were beaten 2-1 at home by 11-2 Colchester.
GARY ANDERSON lost the plot but Robert Thornton found Premier League salvation.