stammer


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stammer

a speech disorder characterized by involuntary repetitions and hesitations
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Colin, who won an Oscar for his portrayal of stammering King George VI, said: "The film taught me the cruelty of having a stammer and also the life-changing benefits therapy can bring.
My stammer would have affected my further education," Lloyd said.
Musharaf -from last year's hit fly-on-the-wall documentary Educating Yorkshire - stole the show in the series' moving finale as he overcame his stammer.
FBI spokesman Frank Fisher says 47-year-old Neil Stammer arrived Saturday afternoon at the Albuquerque International Sunport.
She tells ANUJI VARMA how she overcame her stammer of the of the WHEN Angie Allbones repeats her precious vows to celebrate her 25th wedding anniversary next year, the words will just roll off her tongue.
Washington, March 11 ( ANI ): A new study has revealed that employers routinely discriminate against people who stammer due to concerns about possible negative reactions from customers or team members.
62 million tuning in to see pupil Musharaf Asghar overcome his stammer.
I FEARED my kids would get it too" were the heartbreaking words of a dad with a debilitating stammer he had hidden all his life.
Acknowledge but don't criticise your son's stammer and be supportive.