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clut·ter·ing

(klŭt'er-ing),
A speech disorder usually occurring in childhood characterized by abnormally rapid rate, disturbed fluency, erratic rhythm, and poor articulation that makes it difficult to understand the speaker.
A communication disorder characterised by short attention span, inability to listen, difficulties with syntax, rapid speech with an irregular rhythm, collapsing of sounds and words, and loss of syllables; cluttering can range in severity from garbled, but generally intelligible, to virtually unintelligible, and may co-exist with stuttering
Treatment Neuropharmacology has been tried unsuccessfully

cluttering

Speech pathology A condition characterized by an excessive rate of speech with an irregular rhythm, collapsing of sounds and words, and loss of syllables; cluttering can range in severity from garbled, but generally intelligible, to virtually unintelligible, and may co-exist with stuttering Treatment Bethanechol may be effective. See Stuttering.

clut·ter·ing

(klŭt'ĕr-ing)
Speech disordercharacterized by rapid, jerky utterances with sound omissions and transpositions; sometimes confused with stuttering.
See: stuttering
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Tackling digital clutter is a challenge for businesses and one of the most important steps is understanding who is responsible for it.
But life isn't organised, it's actually very cluttered, things don't go to plan, and if you're worried about your house looking like a show home, or having an incredibly efficient, organised diary, then I think you're missing out on lots of fun along the way.
class="MsoNormalThe researchers also measured participants' general well-being in relation to how clutter might be affecting their lives, asking them to answer questions such as "the clutter in my home upsets me" and "I have to move things in order to accomplish tasks in my home." class="MsoNormalThe study, published in Current Psychology, found a substantial link between procrastination and clutter problems in all the age groups.
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You write that clutter keeps our shadows in the dark.
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The clutter is composed of sea clutter and ionospheric clutter: Sea clutter is the collection of several spectrum lines in a narrow Doppler band, which is a part of the common area that we are concerned with for detecting moving vessels [9, 10]; ionospheric clutter comes from the nonideality of the antenna in the zenith direction and possibility contaminates all the range cells, Doppler cells, and angle cells above 100 km [11, 12].
El clutter marino es la principal senal interferente que es necesario procesar en sistemas de radar.
Clutter filed a claim with Wright, but contended that it underpaid his Superstorm Sandy claim by more than $160,000.
On the one hand, sea clutter lowers the signal-clutter-noise ratio (SCNR), which thereby decreases the radar detection probability and the angle measurement accuracy.