There was, in the Times profile, a stunning admission from Goldfarb.
It rarely matched your full name, as your Facebook profile does now.
The interview was conducted for an Esquire magazine profile that never saw print, the Free Beacon reported.
The profile picture shows the seller, shirtless, on the beach, wearing black sunglasses.
Although there is a profile, thousands of citizens fit the profile yet will never hurt anyone, much less kill a crowd of people.
I did not recognise him instantly because on the stamps and coins he is always in profile.
This resemblance was furthered by the fact that the man's profile was birdlike.
Captain Barker stood by the taffrail with one eye upon the galley and his face turned in profile to his friend.
The profile and brow perfect, the head fine, the eyes full—too full!
Upon the sleeve of Tom Slade's khaki jacket was seen the profile of an Indian.
1650s, "a drawing of the outline of anything," from older Italian profilo "a drawing in outline," from profilare "to draw in outline," from pro- "forth" (see pro-) + filare "draw out, spin," from Late Latin filare "to spin, draw out a line," from filum "thread" (see file (v.)). Meaning "a side view" is from 1660s. Meaning "biographical sketch, character study" is from 1734.
profile pro·file (prō'fīl')
A side view of an object or a structure, especially of the human head.
A formal summary or analysis of data, often in the form of a graph or table, representing distinctive features or characteristics.
Simple language for matching and scoring data. "User's Manual for the PROFILE System", Cambridge Computer Assoc (May 1974).
1. A control file for a program, especially a text file automatically read from each user's home directory and intended to be easily modified by the user in order to customise the program's behaviour. Used to avoid hard-coded choices (see also dot file, rc file).
2. A report on the amounts of time spent in each routine of a program, used to find and tune away the hot spots in it. This sense is often verbed. Some profiling modes report units other than time (such as call counts) and/or report at granularities other than per-routine, but the idea is similar.