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

plot

Statistics
A graphic representation of objective data.

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The story line in a narrative or fictional work.

plot

(plot)
A graphic representation.
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"Producers even released articles in the news when planning the season so that they could use them to support story lines," Stoltz explained.
STORY LINE: Isolated by the colorless landscape of suburbia and weighed down by the accumulated possessions of a lifetime, a desperate husband is driven to a series of desperate acts in an attempt to reclaim his connection to his wife and daughter.
Attempting to disprove the abuse-of-power story line of judicial activism will not, however, do the trick for a general public audience.
"I do believe that a film can have a queer sensibility without necessarily being explicitly about LGBT characters or story lines," he says.
The premise of Bugtime Adventures is the weaving together of two story lines, one with animated people and one with animated life-like bug characters, to retell a well-known Bible story.
The second story line is that, although the public's position on the No Child Left Behind Act is still evolving, the prediction made by this poll in 2003 is coming true: greater familiarity is not bringing approval.
The main story line was that men didn't have a direct problem with work-family conflict but they sure added to the problem being experienced by women.
"When you have a cast where one is ill, one pregnant, one may be in rehab and another in a car crash, that's when you end up being over-dependent on a story line about a kidney transplant."
``We are sad to see Emma go but the departure of Charity gives us scope for a fantastic story line over the winter months that will keep viewers gripped, '' a spokesman said.
EMMERDALE star Sheree Murphy will be written out of the soap in a dramatic story line early next year.
Audio-describers Andrew Holland and Louise Fryer, who had already summarized the story line for the patrons before the show, gave a live verbal commentary throughout the performance, describing the stage and the set as well as the mood and lone of certain scenes, the facial expressions, body language, and movements across the stage of the characters.