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(1) Most children who stammer grow out of it.
(2) Five per cent of children stammer at some point.
(3) Many children stammer but grow out of it.
(4) She was barely able to stammer out a description of her attacker.
(5) Whenever he was angry he would begin to stammer slightly.
(6) As a child[http://Sentencedict.com], he had a dreadful stammer.
(7) She spoke with a stammer.
(8) He's always had a slight stammer.
(9) She is always ragging Tom about his stammer.
(10) It's cruel to make fun of people who stammer.
(11) Jeff spoke with a slight stammer.
(12) Robert has a bit of a stammer.
(13) A speech therapist helped him overcome his stammer.
(14) He closed the door before she could stammer out her explanation.
(15) He had even developed the beginnings of a stammer.
(16) "G-g-get up," she said with a slight stammer.
(17) A speech-therapist cured his stammer.
(18) He's got a bad stammer.
(19) The stammer fitted Marlowe's embarrassment and Bernard got a very good press.
(20) He turned white and began to stammer.
(21) The children teased the boy because of his stammer.
(22) Stammer : Craps like a bunny.
(23) Whatever you do, don't cower, stammer or apologize.
(24) We should not make game of his stammer.
(25) We must not try to play off the boy troubled with a stammer.
(26) 'I'm a great admirer of yours,' she managed to stammer.
(27) The young girl, once so lively, became introverted and developed a nervous stammer.
(28) Rivers was a shy, reticent man hampered by a stammer.
(29) It went back to her childhood when she had been teased by her schoolmates about her stammer.
(30) Speech therapy teaches people different techniques enabling them to control their stammer and help them in conversation.
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