Related Program: Ozarks At Large Sights, Cites, Sites By Kyle Kellams • Sep 24, 2019 Related Program: Ozarks At Large ShareTweetEmail Listen Listening... / 6:24 Our Militant Grammarian, Katherine Shurlds, helps us distinguish between three words that all sound the same. Tags: The Militant GrammarianShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content A Plethora of Words By Kyle Kellams • Sep 17, 2019 Our Militant Grammarian, Katherine Shurlds, is back. This week she has a new collection of words that might confuse many of us. A Palindrome Radar By Kyle Kellams • Sep 16, 2019 Dates like today, 9-16-19, can be written as palindromes, which means a word, phrase or sequence that reads the same backward as forward. To honor the phenomenon, we go back 27 years to an interview with Steve Chism about his book of palindromes. There is a Name for That By Kyle Kellams • Aug 27, 2019 We go back to 2018 for a conversation with our Militant Grammarian, Katherine Shurlds, about obscure names for turns of speech. Using Words Correctly By Kyle Kellams • Aug 7, 2019 In an encore of a conversation from January 18, 2018, our Militant Grammarian Katherine Shurlds examines words we might be using correctly. Or not. Bam! Pow! Words From the Comics By Kyle Kellams • Jul 16, 2019 Our Militant Grammarian Katherine Shurlds tells us about words from comics that have become part of our language.