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stammer

a speech disorder characterized by involuntary repetitions and hesitations
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Engagement with other stammerers show that they don't have to deal with this problem on their own, others have been through it themselves and are keen to help.
Lots of stammerers have facial contortions because of the struggle of trying to say something," Sue said.
Famous stammerers have included King George VI, Winston Churchil and Marylin Monroe.
Stammerers may be offered therapy to try and eliminate it by working with speech and language therapists, or can undertake courses to help themselves.
I only hope the youngest stammerer featured, 12-year-old Max Drake, gets the opportunity to visit the Starfish project.
for the benefit of our women whose eyes look only into a Taytsh-Khumesh written in a language of stammerers which includes unseemly passages that should never be uttered by the mouths of pious women and maidens.
These pre-historic stammerers like Chagall, those pitiful daubsters like Picasso, who should all be castrated," he wrote.
Their coaches know what they're going through - they're all former stammerers.
Here, we witness the McGuire Programme which claims to help all stammerers find their voice.
HELP for stammerers is being axed at a Birmingham hospital.
The Association has fantastic resources available to stammerers on their website, and they are launching a number of work-related initiatives in the UK this year.