tongue-twister


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tongue-twister

[ˈtʌŋˌtwɪstəʳ] nscioglilingua m inv
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The tongue-twister of a result has been the subject of attention for years, with the late, great comedian Eric Morecambe famously joking it would provide the ultimate mouthful for broadcaster James Alexander Gordon, who read the classified results on the BBC.
Alemaratalyoum may be something of a tongue-twister for racecourse commentators, but the Ed Dunlop-trained three-year-old lacked nothing in honesty department when getting up on the dying strides to deny Gunmaker.
In recent months the village has hit the headlines with comedian Stephen Fry becoming the latest celebrity to take on the Llanfairpwll tongue-twister.
ONE Direction took on an amazing tongue-twister challenge to back an inspirational youngster at the Pride of Britain Awards.
and midnight, SCI) A surfing mishap; the world's toughest tongue-twister; and a man's fear of lobsters.
"Turkey Trouble" is a charming modern fable that teaches the Golden Rule in tongue-twister turkey-talk.
? Omid Djalili, tonight, Symphony Hall, Birmingham, 0121 345 0600, www.thsh.co.uk HE'S the Iranian-British comedian with a tongue-twister title for his tour - Iranalamadingdong.
Sunderland fans have taken to Pantilimon, even finding a way to work his tongue-twister surname into a song to the tune of 4 Non Blondes' 90s hit What's Up?
While the two are at ease conversing in their native language, for their children aged between 14 and 35, Malayalam is still a tongue-twister. They were all educated at a Pakistani school in Al Ain and converse in Urdu.
UNABLE to handle words of more than two syllables, TOWIE's tango brigade have come up with their own easy-to-pronounce version of Spain's notorious tongue-twister, Marbella.
Tomorrow Tom Stade takes to the stage of The Stand and if you think that's a bit of a tongue-twister then prepare for quick-fire wordplay and gags galore from the stand-up star.