stutter


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stutter

[′stəd·ər]
(communications)
Series of undesired black and white lines sometimes produced when a facsimile signal undergoes a sharp amplitude change.
(medicine)
A speech disorder marked by repetition of words, syllables, or sounds, or by hesitations in manner by the speaker.
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People who stutter know what they want to say, but they have trouble saying it.
This was when I was 3, before my stutter was stigmatised as shameful.
Farah Al Qaissieh, who founded Stutter UAE in 2013 and received the award in 2017, felt that the recognition helped her step up the movement.
Some stutter for one or two years without being aware of it or experiencing negative reactions.
As someone who both has stuttered during my life and is a sports fanatic, your article "Stars from different sports bond over shared experience" made me very happy.
When a sudden irregularity occurs in a specific acoustic parameter of auditory feedback, fluent speakers are able to correct the mistake in their oral production instantaneously [9], while persons who stutter have shown weaker than normal compensation when experiencing these occurrences [9,12].
Doctors thought that the best way to treat someone with a stutter was to cut off half of their tongue.
Mustapha said: "I've had a stutter since I was a kid in Gambia.
Emirati Beshara Saaed Al Amri, 32, who features in the documentary said she owes a lot of her confidence today to Stutter UAE.
He told the ECHO: "I've had a stutter since I first started to talk.
As reported by Neowin, Windows 10 users have reported incidents of "stutter" on games like Overwatch, Rocket League, Mass Effect, and others.