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  • noun Plural form of plotter.


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  • Certain plotters, as we have seen, want artifacts from the anomaly, the ones that Smith and Yarol refuse to export but, rather, destroy in situ.

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • In a useful report published by the Rand Corporation last year, terrorism expert Brian Michael Jenkins notes that the plotters were a "diverse group" that included Caucasians, African-Americans and Hispanics as well as immigrants or their children from about 20 countries.

    The Homegrown Terror Hearings

  • Federal officials called the plotters a determined group but say there was no imminent danger because they were on to them early.

    CNN Transcript Jun 2, 2007

  • Before our press turned its eyes to Paris Hilton, we learned that the JFK plot had little chance of succeeding, that the so-called plotters had no explosives or financial backing to carry out the attack and that the chief source of intelligence for law enforcement agencies was a convicted drug dealer who infiltrated the so-called terror cell in exchange for a lighter sentence.

    The Adminstration That Cries Wolf

  • None of the so-called plotters even had chemicals to manufacture any liquid explosives, so the personal hygiene products seized by airport security personnel is completely unjustified.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: August 14, 2006

  • None of the so-called plotters even had chemicals to make any liquid explosives, so all the products seized by airport security personnel was unjustified!

    Think Progress » A “failure of imagination” at Homeland Security

  • He said in the matter of naming the so-called plotters, Cosatu had taken a principled stand and would not apologise to anybody.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The answer, surely, is that the plotters were the personification of all that was best of their country's qualities, a rational intellectualism allied to a selfless bravery.


  • The plotters are the draughtsman, the architects, those who work for days or weeks on the intricacies of where the novel will go, the twists and turns, the denouement, and before they really even set pen to paper, they have a clear and solid framework within which to work.

    The Full Feed from

  • We are co-creators and co-plotters, which is very rewarding.


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