Results for: Suburb

What led the rise of suburbs?

Cars. Before the car people lived in or around the city center . After ww2 the men returned and the growth of suburbs took off. People built industry away from the center bec (MORE)

What is an acre suburb area measurement?

it is a normal acre or land that can be purchased / owned with an added percentage to allow for paths and alleys and verges that the council own within the acre. If this calcu (MORE)

What is the definition of the word suburb?

  Simply put, an urban area is a city or town of densely populated area. A suburb is the surrounding area of homes outside of the city or town. Outside of the suburban are (MORE)
In Science

What are 5 biotic factors in a suburb?

A suburb is an environment with more biotic factors than one would expect. thhese factors include the flora, fauna, the people who live in the suburbs, the millions of microo (MORE)

What did suburbs cause for americans?

In the 1950's, the development of suburbs caused a split in the levels of living in the US. The "middle class" moved to the suburbs to have schools teaching to a level of educ (MORE)

Why were suburbs developed?

Suburbs were developed due to the "white fight." White Americans moved away from the urban city and the African Americans that had moved into the city during WWII because of a (MORE)
In Grammar

Is suburb a proper noun?

No, the noun 'suburb' is a common noun, a general word for any  outlying residential district of a city.    A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or t (MORE)