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Synonyms for chart

Synonyms for chart

an orderly columnar display of data

to show graphically the direction or location of, as by using coordinates

Synonyms for chart

a map designed to assist navigation by air or sea

make a chart of

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plan in detail

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represent by means of a graph

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The word "swells" is perfect here, accepting sonic and substantial and semantic navigation from the swells before orgasmic easing, while remaining true to monist cosmology in performing air's condensation from sheer flow into massed, chartable tension--"stalled/cumuli" and the buildup of commas.
For asset protection, succession planning and more recently chartable giving, there has been an inherent shift in recent years from trust structures to foundations.
The Machine Gun Preacher set chartable organizations, the Angels of East Africa and the Children's Village, specifically to cater for his mission in Africa to save lives, particularly of the children.
ShopRite's chartable support also touches a variety of other worthy causes, from local Little League teams, to firefighter and police associations, to the Special Olympics and the Susan G.
MC), is planning to set up a GBP200m fund for small- and medium-sized enterprises based around chartable projects, the Financial Times has reported.
Signs that do not require a permit are resident identification signs, government signs, temporary construction signs, fuel pump signs, window signs, political signs, real estate signs and service and chartable organizations, according to the Auburn bylaws.
In contrast, by engaging in a travel film convention that Shoah rejected, Ferrario's film suggests that his terrain is chartable and thus masterable, by Levi, by his camera's lens, and ultimately, by the viewer who adopts both gazes.
This recognition informs a view of the course of human events as not chartable along the upward line of humankind's inexorable progress toward liberal democracy but rather as heavily featuring randomness and vulnerability.