Another accused 9/11 plotter, Ramzi bin al-Shibh was arrested in Karachi that same year.
The Guardian calls Hage a stylist and a plotter who manages both “with great brio and expertise.”
The American al Qaeda plotter Anwar al-Awlaki was the most prolific advocate of the lone-attack tactic.
Awoonor had driven the friend to Togo only to be accused of abetting the escape of a plotter in an unsuccessful coup.
For the time they were of no use to that plotter, whose plans had, up to the present time, failed.
"You see I am right," went on the plotter with an evil smile.
He was a plotter, but not of amours; a carrier through too, but not of intrigues.
He had the guile of a plotter, but lacked something of the self-control.
It can control output devices such as a plotter, line printer, rotating memory, or tape drive.
He has been the plotter of all this; he is your enginer, I hear.
A device that uses one or more pens that can be raised, lowered and moved over the printing media to draw graphics or text.
The heart of the plotter is the printer head assembly, consisting of a horizontal bar and, attached to it, the head assembly holding the pen in use. The pen can be positioned horizontally by moving the pen assembly along the bar. Vertical positioning is achieved by either moving the bar (stationary page plotter) or the paper (rolling page plotter). Combinations of horizontal and vertical movement are used to draw arbitrary lines and curves in a single action, in contrast to printers which usually scan horizontally across the page.
Colour plots can be made by using more than one pen. Older plotters required a separate pen for each colour and the pens had to be changed by hand. Modern colour plotters usually use only four pens (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black, see CMYK) and need no human intervention to change them.
Monochromatic plotters have been largely phased out by laser printers except when large paper size is needed, e.g. in CAD.