- any of various wingless insects of the family Stenopelmatidae of New Zealand, with long spiny legs
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Contemporary Examples of weta
I just re-watched the other day, for the fourth or fifth time, a WETA documentary on Washington in the 60s.Conservatives and the March
August 23, 2013
Following a series of meetings that occurred yesterday, WETA has decided to show the documentary tonight at 10 p.m.The Expose on PBS' Torture Expose
October 16, 2008
The program manager for WETA also told the producers tha t the station simply had “no free time” until early next year.
Curiously, however, just one major player in the network has declined: Washington affiliate WETA.
Does this explain why WETA alone among the major PBS affiliates has opted not to broadcast this important documentary?
Historical Examples of weta
When the head of a weta, grasshopper, or cockroach is removed from the body and boiled for a few minutes in a 10 per cent.Garden Pests in New Zealand