"The poisoning - the chopping - the - the - " she stammered
"Is it to the judge or to the husband?" stammered Madame de Villefort.
"Oh, sir," she stammered, "I beseech you, do not believe appearances."
"No, I do not understand; what do you mean?" stammered the unhappy woman, completely overwhelmed.
became the new CEO of the Agri-Mark dairy cooperative Nov.
Angie, 42, had suffered with a stammer
in the same way as King George VI does in the Oscar-nominated film, The King's Speech.
The film stars Colin Firth as George VI, and reveals the true story of the United Kingdom monarch's battle to overcome a stammer
after he was thrust on to the throne following the abdication of his brother Edward VIII in 1936.
The British Stammering Association has launched a special campaign to help change the attitude of the UK's employers towards people who stammer
. The campaign started with the publication of a special employers' information sheet which gives advice on how employers can treat stammerers fairly.
The team also provides intervention to support parents, children and young people to manage the stammer
using approaches based on the individual needs of the child, young person and their family.
, sometimes known as a stutter, is when a person repeats sounds or syllables, makes sounds longer or when a word gets stuck or doesn't come out at all.
She too grew up with a stammer
, as did her father, and has spent 18 years working with people with the condition.
By HENRYK ZIENTEK firstname.lastname@example.org @HenrykZientek A FORMER student at the University of Huddersfield who has learned how to control his stammer
is helping fellow stutterers to find their words.
SIX years ago, Steven Cairns had such a severe stammer
that he struggled to say his name.
The genetically engineered mouse pups produce high-pitched stuttering sounds that share similarities with phrases uttered by humans who stammer
"It is about controlling the stammer
instead of letting it control you."