The May, August and November 1996, Word Ways described the results of a National Public Radio competition of December 1995 in which listeners were challenged to write grammatical and understandable sentences containing the same word four or more times in a row. Some listeners incorrectly assumed that a stutter of sounds would qualify, and constructed sequences of homonyms instead of identically-spelled words. These logologically-interesting results are presented in the following (and final) article. (A few are questionable, relying perhaps on regional pronunciations.)
Eckler, A. Ross
"Wright, Write 'Rite' Right,"
Word Ways: Vol. 30
, Article 15.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol30/iss1/15