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stammer

a speech disorder characterized by involuntary repetitions and hesitations
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Derek explained how he had come to see the initially put upon Claudius as a stammerer, barely able to get his words out until "this implosive thing".
Again, please discuss the issue with the stammerer and agree on a course of action (e.
Founded in 1994 by David McGuire, himself a former stammerer, it uses physical and psychological techniques which can lead to life-changing results.
Nicholas Mosley, son of notorious fascist Oswald Mosley and himself cursed/blessed with a speech impediment, put it very well-"in so far as fascism is a subservience to the power of speech, the stammerer is at the heart of the battle wherein the fascist plays out the struggle".
I only hope the youngest stammerer featured, 12-year-old Max Drake, gets the opportunity to visit the Starfish project.
The project name 'A New Sun' was chosen as it comes from a quote in the 9th century from influential monk Notker the Stammerer, highlighting the high esteem Bede was held in then.
Tories ridiculed stammerer Mr Balls as he mixed his words and began to stutter.
His younger brother, a shy, nervous stammerer who never expected to be king, took his place on the throne as George VI.
Wanting to avoid becoming a recluse and not speaking at all, which is what Jon explained can become of a stammerer, he decided to act upon it during his final year of studies.
He said: "Another stammerer, Gareth Gates, went on Pop Idol and as soon as it came to singing he was fine.
Jonathan Lloyd, former head of Speech Help Wales and a stammerer since his childhood, said the Hodgson story was "patronising".