master plot


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master plot

A portion of a map or an overlay on which are drawn the outlines of the areas covered by an air photographic sortie. Overlays contain latitude and longitude, map, and sortie information.
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Determination of the Kinetic Model by Master Plots Method [27]
Le Rouge et le Noir, like a world without a master plot, both embodies and inspires a number of explanatory narratives.
Her fictions do not radically undo the Oedipal master plot (involving maternal absence), insofar as women are limited within the paternal order either to marriage or convent.
It is probably the best poem here, a master plot involving painful memory (or its absolute lack?) one's mind begins to feel comfortable with in a world of professional probing and psychoanalytic surveillance.
The data for the 50-wt% fiberglass composite fall noticeably [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 1 OMITTED] below the master plot in Fig.
This theme of the triumph of little people over powerful ones, according to Fitzpatrick, was the "master plot" of a series of district show trials held in 1937 and orchestrated from Moscow (p.
In seizing on death as the answer, the protagonist writes herself out of one master plot only to place herself in another, equally damning one.
It was all part of a master plot, according to Althans, to justify reparations to Israel and postwar domination by the United States.
If Zayas is unable fully to transform the Oedipal paradigm through narrative plotting, she can impute the validity of the "master plot" through repetition and movement within the frame.
However, if each lab would also measure the orientation level and plot their data on an Izor master plot for that material, they would find that both sets of results fit the same curve.
In chapters on The Spanish Tragedy and Hamlet, Watson shows how the classic Renaissance revenge genre offered an anxious response to Christianity's master plot of filial sacrifice.
In that sense, the book is more like master plots and less like a literary analysis of the works under consideration.
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