profile section

profile section

[¦prō‚fīl ‚sek·shən]
(geology)
A diagram or drawing that shows along a given line the configuration or slope of the surface of the ground as it would appear if it were intersected by a vertical plane.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The keyboard can be enabled from the profile section on the PhonePe app.
Amidst facing challenges, Pakistan surely has great potential, and Slogan's profile section is a reflection of such people, who have not let time and hardships define their lives.
The Profile section in RSpec is the graph that represents the spectrum.
The success of the collection was widely covered in the Designer Profile section of the 2017 September edition of British Vogue.
Maryam was chosen for the article run under the NYT's Saturday Profile section.
The Monday section vanished less than a week after Rachel O'Neal handed off to a new business editor, Jim Kordsmeier, to take back her old job running the High Profile section. But David Bailey, the paper's managing editor, said that O'Neal had suggested the Monday change.
She cites the scope of topics to be found at the website: "We have fashion and beauty sections, we have a profile section, a culture section and a food sectionthose are our main pillars.
Noblesville, IN, January 10, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Each year, Automation World magazine invites automation professionals to vote for their favorite automation vendors in an unaided recall survey in their Leadership in Automation (LIA) profile section on AutomationWorld.com, over a year-long e-mail campaign.
A 'Who's Who' profile section will also be featured, listing Bahrain's most influential business leaders.
The system - which is already in place at hundreds of housing developments and self-build locations across the country - features a patented u-shaped, cold-rolled, galvanised steel profile section which enables any light commercial or domestic structure to be fitted together in a fraction of the time of traditional timber frames or heavy hot rolled sections.