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Shouldn’t our shared stuttering make our bond stronger?
Changing perceptions Stuttering affects about 1 percent of the world’s population, or 3 million people in the United States.
This was McCain’s exchange with Comey, which McCain delivered in a painfully slow and stuttering manner: McCain: ....tell me the difference between your conclusion as far as former Secretary Clinton is concerned and Mr. Trump.
Locals might recognize the space as the former model-magnet Joia and then a series of stuttering, celebrity backfires, including De Vito’s and Cavalli.
As the timid, stuttering, virginal Billy, who lives in fear of making his mother upset, Jones utterly breaks heart in Act 2.
That team has been mediocre and confounding for most of the regular season, stuttering to a 23-23 record in the final 46 games.
In spite of my stuttering, my father taught me how to be a good speaker.
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