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biography

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keep a low profile

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a line marking and shaping the outer form of an object

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an analysis (often in graphical form) representing the extent to which something exhibits various characteristics

an outline of something (especially a human face as seen from one side)

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biographical sketch

degree of exposure to public notice

a vertical section of the Earth's crust showing the different horizons or layers

represent in profile, by drawing or painting

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A consideration of these upcoming changes in evaluation requirements and the implications for the occupational profile makes this a paramount concern in current practice.
Part three is the appendices which list the occupational profile competencies, explain the CTS and provides further information on CTHRB.
The occupational profile showed that the patient lived alone and received assistance with instrumental activities of daily living from family.
After personal introductions, the OT interviews the child about his or her interests and administers an occupational profile assessment, such as the Pediatric Activity Card Sort (Mandich, Polatajko, Miller, & Baum, 2004).
For the most recent national estimates and industry, State, and metropolitan area profiles, see the athletic trainer occupational profile online at www.
The following discusses the current occupational profile of the hospital industry and, in view of the industry's ongoing transition, shifts in staffing patterns over the 1983-89 period.
Also, their spouses have a similar educational and occupational profile.
By specifically addressing a child's volition, guided by the use of the Model of Human Occupation (MOHO; Kielhofner, 2008), therapists create a more holistic occupational profile of the child and can more fully understand his or her strengths in addition to his or her needs.
An initial occupational profile interview reveals that Ronald has become indifferent to outings and socialization since his wife passed away last year.
The occupational profile for geographers, for example, identifies five abilities as most important: Oral expression, written expression, written comprehension, oral comprehension, and spatial orientation.
Beyond our occupational profile, I think we, as a profession, need to do two things to establish our credibility.
During 2014, to foster the training quality and to upscale new occupations, new occupational profiles have been developed for 5 occupations, 12 new curricula developed and 8 training manuals developed.
The 2016-17 OOH contains detailed career information in 329 occupational profiles, covering 83 percent of the jobs in the U.
The formalization of occupational profiles other than those covered by the Occupational Councils is a fairly recent development.
Occupational employment statistics: 2012 occupational profiles.
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