profile

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  • This high profile position soon led to many other opportunities.
  • Each character was profiled in true comic fashion and they had a party.
  • Although other hats were also used throughout the films, the general style and profile remained the same.
  • Most of the major bands profiled in the film split up within a few months of each other.
  • The film rating system has had a number of high profile critics.
  • Despite the acclaim for her writing, she did not maintain a public profile.
  • She also made several high-profile intercessions in front of the king.
  • Recently she has profiled finding lost people all over the world and reuniting them.
  • Today the Small Schools have developed many different profiles for the programs.
  • Berlin has established a high-profile reputation as a host city of international sporting events.
  • He later used his public profile to serve as a technology evangelist for the product.
  • Overall the band kept low profile and did no studio recordings or touring as a three-piece.
  • All five are equally effective but have slightly different side effect profiles.
  • It not only has information on existing groups, but also includes the profiles for groups that no longer exist.
  • The magazine covers engineering and new technology and features profiles of leaders in the field.
  • The information listed is according to their profiles, in official order.
  • A moment later she leaned forward, her clean-cut profile showing her more earnest than before. Cited from The War Terror, by Arthur B. Reeve
  • Engines of this design are often referred to as flat engines because of their shape and lower profile.
  • The story has been profiled on the television series America's Most Wanted.
  • The New York Times published a front page account that profiled the story.
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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