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to mark with disgrace or infamy

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to accuse or condemn or openly or formally or brand as disgraceful

mark with a stigma or stigmata

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[USA], Apr 4 (ANI): People dealing with obesity are found to be stigmatised and blatantly dehumanised, reveals a study published by Eric Robinson and Inge Kersbergen in the journal 'Obesity'.
In Kenya, abortion is highly stigmatised because of legal restrictions, attributing personhood to the foetus.
Mr Garebatho said he could not comprehend that in this era of information technology and improved literacy rate, there were some who stigmatised people living with HIV/AIDS.
She concludes that her study provides evidence that the way people talk about social groups and making stigmatised groups explain themselves is problematic.
It was found that when those with mental illness exhibited greater levels of initial symptoms, lower self-confidence and quality of life, their mothers tended to view them in more stigmatised terms for example, seeing them as incompetent, unpredictable and unreliable.
Summary: Fathers who abandon their families should be "stigmatised" by society in the same way as drink drivers, David Cameron has said.
DAVID Cameron was under fire last night after calling for fathers who abandon their families to be "stigmatised" by society in the same way as drink drivers.
FATHERS who abandon their families should be stigmatised by society in the same way as drink-drivers, David Cameron has said.
It also provides a chance to showcase alternative approaches to understanding attitudes towards the disease that go beyond the conventional, taken for granted wisdom which states, a) that leprosy is a uniformly stigmatised disease, and b) that education about its causes and treatments is necessarily the appropriate response to managing that stigma.
Among the flame-fanners is Tanveer Choudhry, a Lib Dem councillor for Springfield, who said the local area had been "stigmatised as a terrorist ghetto."
They found that people with epilepsy were stigmatised, less likely to be employed and, if employed, in poor employment and had less education.
But the Government's plans were greeted more cautiously by civil-liberties groups which warned that the children of criminals could feel stigmatised under the Government proposals.
Mr Jones said the key stage two and three tests are a major bureaucratic burden for teachers and lead to children being stigmatised.
Joel Schneider, head of Sesame Street Workshop in New York, said yesterday: "Women are often stigmatised about HIV.