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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
  1. the outermost shape, view, or edge of an object
    His fingers traced the profile of the handle.
  2. The shape, view, or shadow of a person's head from the side; a side view.
    The brooch showed the profile of a Victorian woman.
  3. A summary or collection of information, especially about a person
    Law enforcement assembled a profile of the suspect.
  4. a specific space or field in which users can provide various types of personal information in software or Internet systems
    I just updated my Facebook profile to show I got engaged.
  5. reputation
  6. the amount by which something protrudes
    Choose a handle with a low profile so it does not catch on things.
  7. prominence; noticeability
    Acting is, by nature, profession in which one must keep a high profile.
  8. A smoothed (e.g., troweled or brushed) vertical surface of an excavation showing evidence of at least one feature or diagnostic specimen; the graphic recording of such as by sketching, photographing, etc.
  9. character; totality of related characteristics; signature; status (especially in scientific, technical, or military uses)
    What's the thermal profile on that thing?

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