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  • He has continued to keep a relatively high profile among Democratic interest groups.
  • He has been involved in various high-profile cases in the United States.
  • This is because the game now includes game profiles which players can access.
  • He looks to his right so that his face is in profile.
  • Every country in the world has its own food profile.
  • The town has seen a number of high-profile international cycle races pass through.
  • High profile films also took note of the popularity of these films.
  • However, the area has often been a target for high-profile crime.
  • Still, the city has been the site of some high-profile crimes.
  • Their firm became well known in the region after they handled a number of high-profile cases.
  • This was the first high-profile moment in baseball after the strike.
  • An immense amount of information about the individuals can be found directly on their social network profile.
  • The couple maintained a low profile for the next five years.
  • The high profile of the area continued whilst under Roman rule.
  • She was profiled and often mentioned by name in her appearances in the magazine.
  • It takes decades to several thousand years for a soil to develop a profile.
  • Her clear-cut profile against the yellow light of the cabin windows appeared most attractive. Cited from Wolves of the Sea, by Randall Parrish
  • Some of the character details in the profiles had never made it into an episode.
  • This means that many of the features listed are not supported in some profiles.
  • In addition, Mark has worked on and profiled numerous international river issues.
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Meaning of profile

  • noun An analysis (often in graphical form) representing the extent to which something exhibits various characteristics
    a biochemical profile of blood, a psychological profile of serial killers
  • noun An outline of something (especially a human face as seen from one side)
  • noun Biographical sketch
  • noun A vertical section of the earth's crust showing the different horizons or layers
  • verb Write about
    The author of this article profiles a famous painter
  • verb Represent in profile, by drawing or painting