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Shamer

(shā`mər), in 1 Chronicles. 1 Temple singer. 2 Grandson of Heber. An alternate form is Shomer.
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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.
Shamer added that, "if we felt there is a lack of security and spread of violence, we will do what we must to protect our legitimacy.
Caution: The Shamer's Daughter is Book 1 of a series.
Bouson's overall argument that Beloved explores "the painful--and intergenerationally transmitted and internalized--wounds caused by racist oppression" and counteracts shame by shaming the white shamer is valuable.
This "dad shamer" started lecturing me about how dangerous it was to allow my six-year-old to climb too high on some rope-course apparatus and perform her well-practiced Cirque du Soleil-inspired acrobatics routine when she got to the top.
This comment did not sit well with Hyala admonished the body shamer yesterday, Oct.
Adams has issued a lengthy apology after being accused of bullying a body shamer on Instagram.
Mark Leonard was a dishonored Hall of Shamer last year.
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.
A Syrian Arab Army unit carried out concentrated strikes on hideouts of ISIS terrorists in the villages of Shamer and al-Bab city north of Aleppo city, destroying them along with the terrorists, weapons, and munitions inside them, a military source told SANA.
The Syrian warplanes targeted the ISIL militants' gathering centers and ammunition depot in Shamer village and al-Bab city with many bombs and missiles which ended in large explosions in the terrorist sites and heavy death toll of the militant group.
The Mersey motorist shamer said they have had several requests for pictures to be taken down from the owners of the cars themselves.