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FunnelWeb

A literate-programming tool by Ross Williams <ross@spam.adelaide.edu.au>. It emphasises simplicity and reliability. It provides a macro facility and assists in the production of typeset documentation. It is independent of the input programming language.

Posted to comp.sources.unix volume 26 under CopyLeft. Runs on Sun, Vax, Macintosh and IBM PC.
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In Australia, home to such lethal arachnids as the funnelweb, which lurk under the rim of toilets and inject lethal venom into unspeakable parts of the anatomy, this was seen as a very dangerous message.
Medic Bob McCarron said: "We had to remove three pythons and two killer funnelweb spiders.
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Population structure in a saproxylic funnelweb spider (Hexathelidae: Hadronyche) along a forested rainfall gradient.
Courtship and mating behavior of Thelechoris kaeschi (Araneae, Dipluridae), an African funnelweb spider.
Funnelweb spiders hiding in the dunny and Great White sharks lurking off every beach - Swansea builder Dave Stokes thought he'd heard all the scare stories about Australia.
SAN FRANCISCO A Funnelweb presentation of a production in two acts devised, written and performed by Barry Humphries, with additional material by Ian Davidson.
Wunderlich, "ATHAS Data Bank", University of Tennessee, Knoxville, available at funnelweb.
The Australian spider fauna has been divided into 15 different common name groups--Orb-weavers, Swift spiders, Net-casting spiders, House spiders, Slender sac spiders, Ground spiders, White Tails, Prowlers, Jumpers, Redback spiders and relatives, Crab spiders, Mouse spiders, Australian Funnelwebs, Spiny Trapdoors and finally Australian Tarantulas.
Here are my findings: FUNNEL-WEB SPIDER When they bite, the funnelwebs maintain a tight grip on their victim, often biting repeatedly.