Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A profiling-machine; a machine for cutting a profile on an edge by passing a rotating cutter along the edge while a former or guide compels the cutter to reproduce a predetermined outline on the work.
- n. A mechanical device that cuts complex, irregular shapes by tracing a pattern.
- n. A person who creates a profile for something or someone, especially a psychological profile for an unknown criminal.
- n. computing A software program that measures the performance of different portions of another program in order to locate bottlenecks.
- profile + -er (Wiktionary)
“After the runaway success of Jacobson’s first Karen Vail novel, The 7th Victim, our impressive FBI profiler is back in the fantastic follow-up, Crush.”
“The 34-year-old psychiatrist analyzes criminal behavior and is the only so-called profiler at Japan's National Police Agency (NPA).”
“Steve Sailer's iSteve Blog: British surname profiler skip to main”
“This year, we decided to focus on the new profiler, which is a new tool for the Windows Phone developer.”
“It's also worth noting how the V4 CLR decides whether a profiler is a V2 or V4 profiler in the first place.”
“A profiler is a performance analysis tool that measures the behavior of a program as it executes, particularly the frequency and duration of function calls.”
“You can then directly call the profiler control from your code as shown in the below code snippet.”
“Next, copy the development configuration block in config / database. yml and create a new block called profiler profiler: adapter: mysql encoding: utf8 database: YOUR_DATABASE username: YOUR_USERNAME password: YOUR_PASSWORD socket: / tmp / mysql. sock”
“GERAGOS: They are now bringing in a profiler which is something totally different than what interviews are.”
“Click on the 'Guns in America' link above left and open the 'State by State Gun Laws and Fatalities': are our taxpayer dollars paying this "profiler" ... no shiite he was seeking "ssweet revenge" ... thats the motive behind every mass shooting rtist4merlyknwndannyc1975 at 11: 33 AM: Apr 5, 2009”
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I've noticed many, many words start with PRO and this is just a collection of them.
These words seem very familiar but are awfully-versatile and oftentimes serve senses exceptionally beyond people's presumptions ...
Trace back the chain of "this idea was ripped off from" over here.
Looking for tweets for profiler.