(1) Carter first learned to trade with his fists when he was a 10-year-old who suffered from a severe stammer and refused to be ridiculed.(2) Jas Duke was the artist who turned the infliction of a stammer into some of the greatest performance poetry ever.(3) as a young man, he had a dreadful stammer(4) My stammer would make me completely unable to say a sentence properly, but I didn't want this ever to get in the way of what I wanted to do.(5) Birkin, a Londoner who has survived the Great War but is left with a stammer , a nervous twitch, and vivid nightmares, is given the summer job of uncovering a mediaeval wall-painting in the church of a small Yorkshire village.(6) There might be a slight stammer but otherwise the speech will seem normal.(7) It could be construed as a brave choice because - though you'd never know it from watching him in character - Dimsdale has a noticeable stammer , something that could be seen as a big drawback in a profession where the voice is paramount.(8) By the way - who, today, would hire a lecturer with a stammer ?(9) She'll start acting coy, and then suddenly blink, stammer , turn red, and hurry off quickly or, if we're in our room (this semester we have a free period at the same time), she buries her nose in a book.(10) It was a known secret that when Helen lied she had a tendency to stammer .(11) Hard to believe, but the effort in Bird's voice stems from a childhood stammer .(12) The young schoolgirl with the stammer in Switzerland has become a very poised public speaker in Pattaya.(13) He had a tendency to stammer when he was nervous, which he always seemed to be when he was summoned by Mordred.(14) ├ö├ç├┐H-hello,├ö├ç├û she stammered, slipping back briefly into a childhood stammer .(15) ├ö├ç├┐I didn't think there was much good fiction that takes you inside what it's like to have a stammer ,├ö├ç├û he says.(16) Carl observed that when Preston spoke these words he did not stammer once over the names themselves.