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A vertical section of a soil through all its horizons.

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A profile based on the assessment results, which provides a clear visual check on each pupil`s performance in an assessment or series/battery of assessment. Performance in successive testings can be compared and skills can be contrasted with abilities.

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• (n.) A section of any member, made at right angles with its main lines, showing the exact shape of moldings and the like. • (n.) To shape the outline of an object by passing a cutter around it. • (n.) A drawing exhibiting a vertical section of the ground along a surveyed line, or graded work, as of a railway, showing elevations, de...
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noun biographical sketch
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(Photography) In a photographic workflow, a color profile describes how a device reproduces color. Custom profiles are created using color management software for each device in the workflow – cameras, monitors, tablets, phones, projectors, and printers.
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(Projector) The color management system translates the image's colors to the projector's color space, so the colors appear correctly when it is displayed on a screen.
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(Scanner) A scanner profile describes the conversion of the scanner specific RGB space to the CIELab system. The testchart determines which colors form the original will be converted to which RGB colors of the scanner. However, since a testchart only covers part of the scanner's entire gamut, it is the profiling software's job to supply a de...
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(Tablet) The color management system translates the image's colors to the tablet's color space, so the colors appear correctly when it is displayed on screen.
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(Video) In a video workflow, a color profile describes the process of creating a specific look (LUT) for the video footage.
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[engineering] In standardization, a profile is a subset internal to a specification. Aspects of a complex technical specification may necessarily have more than one interpretation, and there are probably many optional features. These aspects constitute a profile of the standard. Two implementations engineered from the same description may n...
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[Microsoft service] Profile (previously known as Windows Live Profile) is the website for Windows Live users to manage their profile information. It is a profile feature which displays information about the particular user, their recent activities, and their relationship with other Windows Live users. The profile is associated with a user`s...
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[UML] A profile in the Unified Modeling Language (UML) provides a generic extension mechanism for customizing UML models for particular domains and platforms. Extension mechanisms allow refining standard semantics in strictly additive manner, preventing them from contradicting standard semantics. Profiles are defined using stereotypes, tag ...
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Pro'file noun [ Italian profilo , from Latin pro before + filum a thread, an outline, shape: confer French profil . See File arow, and confer Purfle , Purl , a fringe.] 1. An outline, or contour; as, the profile of an apple. 2.
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Pro'file transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Profiled ; present participle & verbal noun Profiling ] [ Confer French profiler , Italian profilare . See Profile , noun ] 1. ...
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A profile is not a page. It may look like one, but it
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A Twitter page displaying information about a user, as well as all the Tweets they have posted from their account. Learn how to change your profile information.
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A Twitter profile is the page that displays information about a particular user.
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A type of spotlight (qv), with an optical system rather like a projector which produces a narrow, hard-edged beam of light.
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A type of spotlight (qv), with an optical system rather like a projector which produces a narrow, hard-edged beam of light.
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Aggregated data in formats that display patterns of health care services over a defined period of time.
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An ICC description of a particular imaging input or output device that allows the Colour Management Software to apply the proper transformations to the image file to match the specific limitation of the device
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An ICC description of a particular imaging input or output device that allows the Colour Management Software to apply the proper transformations to the image file to match the specific limitation of the device.
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An individual's identifying information requested when that individual signs up for a social networking site or other service. Profile information may include a username, contact information, personal or business interests, a photo, bio, or other data.
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Anchor pattern on a surface produced by abrasive blasting or acid treatment.
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Common characteristics of a group of subscribers
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