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stammer

a speech disorder characterized by involuntary repetitions and hesitations
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Their stammers vary widely - some struggle to pronounce just one letter of the alphabet, others stretch out a sound in a word, or repeat a sound or syllable.
The court's punishment takes Stammers to 11 points, one short of a ban, as he already had one endorsement on his driving licence.
Kelly Salter finds out what it's like for adults living with a stammer and what can be done
By 1934, Miss Stammers was third in the LTA rankings and she triumphed in the Pacific Coast tournament in California.
The Preston midfielder explains: 'I'd been aware of my stammer since I started secondary school but it didn't affect me much at first.
TS16949 is probably the most difficult quality management standard in the world,' said Mr Stammers.
AFC LIVERPOOL boss Chris Stammers has strengthened his squad with a triple signing ahead of their clash with Hanley Town today.
Since then I have been on a programme which helps stammers.
Teenager Megan Stammers landed at Gatwick Airport after taking the hour-long flight from Bordeaux on Saturday afternoon, following eight day elopement Maths teacher Jeremy Forrest.
THE stepfather of schoolgirl Megan Stammers says he is "over the moon" that the 15-year-old has been found safe and well after going missing with her maths teacher in France for a week.
SUNDAY Mirror reporter Steve Stammers picks his fantasy football team.
A MOVING TV documentary about children suffering from stammers, made by a Newcastle production company, will get national exposure tomorrow.