Tautogram paper record?

Improbable suggests that attorney Dwight H. Merriam FAICP may have set a record back in July 2003. The record for the longest tautogrammatic title of any published scholarly paper. His title, which takes the from of an uninterrupted tautogram of no less than 10 words, was published in the journal Land Use Law & Zoning Digest, Volume 55, Issue 7, 2003, Special Issue: Cases 320-370.

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