speech impediment


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speech impediment

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ATEENAGER who overcame his speech impediment so he could introduce himself on his first date has described how it took him 17 long years to get the words out.
During a trial at Prestatyn Magistrates Court yesterday, prosecutor Robert Blakemore said Clague's website was used as a "means to insult and vilify" by featuring a picture of existing cartoon characters, Captain Stutter and Dyslexia Boy, as a reference to Mr Jones, who has a speech impediment, and Mr Bourne, who has been criticised for his ability to spell.
The 37-year-old Yemeni father has been in custody since September when the Dubai Court of First Instance cleared him of exploiting his son's hearing and speech impediment to beg and make money after he smuggled him into the UAE.
In the event, the new king would overcome shyness and a severe speech impediment to lead the country through World War II.
He speaks with an Irish accent and has a speech impediment.
Victor Sitali, 22, who has a hearing and speech impediment, made a foray into arts only two years ago.
ACTOR Bruce Willis gives credit to acting for helping him overcome severe speech impediment he struggled with during his childhood.
Gareth Gates and The King's Speech have done a lot to raise awareness about the speech impediment that affects 1% of the population.
She felt so free to intimidate youngsters at school she angrily ordered a six-year-old with a speech impediment to "talk properly", it was claimed.
JONATHAN Ross says all the mickey taking over Roy Hodgson's speech impediment is just a joke and should be taken in the spirit of fun it was intended.
THE front page that mocked Roy Hodgson's speech impediment was a rank piece of journalism, but might just have played into the Football Association's hands.
Graham Brown, defending, said Harding was a vulnerable man with a difficult speech impediment.

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