Where on earth can I get an weotype list?

It’s not like these aren’t documented, but I keep forgetting where.

WOEID place types:

$woetype = array(
	'7'  => 'town',
	'8'  => 'state-province',
	'9'  => 'county-parish',
	'10' => 'district-ward',
	'11' => 'postcode',
	'12' => 'country',
	'19' => 'region',
	'22' => 'neighborhood-suburb',
	'24' => 'colloquial',
	'29' => 'continent',
	'31' => 'timezone',

They can be queried via YQL:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
&lt;placeTypes xmlns="http://where.yahooapis.com/v1/schema.rng" xmlns:yahoo="http://www.yahooapis.com/v1/base.rng" yahoo:start="0" yahoo:count="1" yahoo:total="1">
	 &lt;placeType yahoo:uri="http://where.yahooapis.com/v1/placetype/35" xml:lang="en-us">
	 	 &lt;placeTypeName code="35">Historical Town&lt;/placeTypeName>
	 	 &lt;placeTypeDescription>A historical populated settlement that is no longer known by its original name&lt;/placeTypeDescription>

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