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stammer

a speech disorder characterized by involuntary repetitions and hesitations
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That was also the result for all six of the TV stammerers.
Former stammerers turned voice coaches, left, face students, right, on the four-day intensive McGuire Programme at the School for Stammerers
Schoolboy James, 13, is among those taking part Former stammerers turned voice coaches (left) face students (right) on the four day intensive McGuire Programme at the School for Stammerers
org) , which offers many free resources for stammerers of all ages.
Stage set for stammerers to star at Rep INSPIRED by The King's Speech, a group of young people who stammer have been taking part in a week of theatre and therapy.
However, I had to eat humble pie with this book about stammerers.
Colin Firth captures the king's clenched manner, the strangulated silent blocks in his speech, the sense of impending doom and nervous exhaustion that many stammerers carry around with them, that sense of being trapped inside a failed mechanism.
To lift the receiver would involve the humiliation of having to speak -something he struggled to do as one of the 880,000 UK stammerers.
The campaign started with the publication of a special employers' information sheet which gives advice on how employers can treat stammerers fairly.
Jessica of Llantrisant, South Wales, went on the four-day McGuire Programme as part School For Stammerers, on ITV tonight at 9pm.
we try, the The 90-minute programme, School for Stammerers, will be screened at 9pm tomorrow on ITV1 and also features Liam Pogson, of Mirfield, who works at the Stadium Fitness Centre in Huddersfield.
I teach stammerers how to gain some level of control and it's really rewarding.