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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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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.
The Other as Shamer Scale (OAS) is a measure of "global judgments about how the self is evaluated by others" (Goss, Gilbert & Allan, 1994).
160) It can provoke defiance, expressed through denial of responsibility or anger at the shamer.
79) Be that as it may, however, from the standpoint of the potential shamer, who must deliberate whether to shame someone because the latter has breached the law, the key question is whether one should obey the law.
The other good news of the day for India came from the track where the men's quartet of Nagar Gobbaragumpi, Ritesh Anand, Naseem Shamer and Abdul Naj Mohammad qualified for the 4x100 relay final.
For this to happen, neither the shamer nor the shamed need to have individually accepted and internalised the validity of the truth claims on which the shaming takes place.
Now Eric Stephens, 48, Shamer Khan, 19, and Gordon Anderson, 18, are trying to figure out a story to tell fellow inmates about how they were busted by a store clerk.
That said, The S hamer's Daughter is an engrossing introduction to the concept of The Shamer, who has the power to unmask the soul's secrets and crimes.
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.
Not only does the sacrificed pig straighten relations between the shamer and the shamed, it temporarily reverses their positions: the pig-receiver, although normally deserving of respect from the pig-giver, is at the moment of reception the subordinate of the two.
Yet thanks to unshakeable fraud investigators and prosecutors, the rule of law replaces the shamer rule of flaw.