shamer


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shamer

(ˈʃeɪmə)
n
a person or thing that causes shame or disgrace
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If the shamer isn't perceived as a respected authority, or if the rule being enforced isn't seen as legitimate, then the effort to shame will fail.
In "Jesus Wasn't a Slut Shamer, or How Conservative Theology Harms Black Women," Cooper describes herself as a feminist who loves Jesus, almost an oxymoron in secular academic circles.
Man of the match: Shamer Ahmed (31 runs and two wickets).
Dina is the daughter of a Shamer woman, Melussina (Marie Bonnevie), a shamanesque elf-like figure who can look into the souls of people through their eyes and pull out what they're ashamed of.
The pro-government forces stormed the ISIL defense line near Shamer village and Talet al-Shawaya and killed or wounded scores of them in fierce clashes, the sources said.
The army inflicted heavy losses on ISIS terroristsin personnel and weapons in Shamer village, Talet al-Shawaya in the northeasterncountryside of Aleppo province.
The interpretive demands made by the ambiguity of voice, here, ask the reader to distinguish and straddle these positions, as we are invited both to identify and variously and unstably to identify with the shamer and the shamed.
The Other as Shamer Scale (OAS; Goss, Gilbert, & Allan, 1994; Matos, Pinto-Gouveia, & Duarte, 2011)
The shaming is either connected to some sort of exposure of such actions or behaviours or both to identifying them as morally corrupt or deviant, a process in which the shamer takes the initiative, becoming the subject and making the shamed, for the most part, an involuntary object.
An exploration of shame measures-I: The Other as Shamer Scale.
There has not been a single incident of harassment, fighting or theft," Amr Shamer, one of the volunteer security personnel, said.
Saeed Elahi, PML-N leaders Sardar Pervaiz Iqbal Gorchani, Khawaja Kaleemuddin Koreja, Sardar Hassam Javed Gorchani, Sardar Shamer Mazari, Dr.