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Notable Profilers - Walter C. Langer
... Langer, a psychoanalyst based in Boston, to develop a "profile" of Adolf Hitler ... This work contains a profile of possible behavioral traits of Hitler, and his possible reactions to the idea of Germany losing World War II ... Langer’s profile noted that Hitler was meticulous, conventional, and prudish about his appearance and body ...
1925 College Football All-America Team - NCAA Consensus All-American Team
... Oosterbaan Mike Tully Michigan Dartmouth No No Oosterbaan HOF Profile No Tackles Ed Weir Ralph Chase Nebraska Pittsburgh Yes No Weir HOF Profile No Guards Carl ... McMillan Princeton No No Quarterback Benny Friedman Michigan No Friedman HOF Profile Halfbacks Andy "Swede" Oberlander Red Grange Dartmouth Illinois Yes No ...
Profile - Other Meanings
... Profile (engineering), with several meanings in the context of engineering Profile (novel), a 2009 novel by Chris Westwood Profile (comics), a Marvel Comics character Profile, curved (molding) or plain (fascia ...
Nemanja Vidaković - External Sources
... Profile at Playerhistory ... Profile at Romaniansoccer ... Profile at Transfermarkt ...
Profilers - Problems
... may find a suspect who appears to fit an incorrect profile and ignore or stop investigating other leads ... This was a false positive the profile identified Jewell as the offender when in fact he was not ... The opposite of the false positive is the false negative the profile yields incorrect information which would cause investigators to ignore a suspect who is actually guilty ...

Famous quotes containing the word profile:

    Expecting rain, the profile of a day
    Wears its soul like a hat....
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)

    Actor: Electrician, a little more this way with that spotlight. What are you trying to do, ruin my profile?
    Electrician: Your profile was ruined the day you were born.
    James Gleason (1886–1959)

    Nature centres into balls,
    And her proud ephemerals,
    Fast to surface and outside,
    Scan the profile of the sphere;
    Knew they what that signified,
    A new genesis were here.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)