East Maple Park was formerly called Placerdale. Here is a link for information... http://www.placerdale.com/history.htm
Acrophobia is the fear of heights.
Altophobia - fear of heights
A phobia of heights is called vertigo
its not called anything but its a white neighborhood
It is called a "barrio."
They live in the house called 'Wuthering Heights'.In Wuthering Heights (the house), which is in the North of England.
The city that The Simpsons live in is called Springfield. The neighborhood is called Evergreen Terrace.
We believe you mean prefix. Fear of heights is called acrophobia.
For most of its history, the area was known as Crow Hill.source : - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crown_Heights%2C_Brooklyn
A neighborhood is referred to as a neighborhood. If you build onto your home you are adding to it, thus it is referred to as an addition.
In Wuthering Heights...it's a house.They live in the house called 'Wuthering Heights' and it is on the Yorkshire moorsthe earnshaws live at the same place as heathcliff - at Wuthering Heights itself
One of the cities that has a neighborhood called Islington is Greater London, which is located in England. Another city with a neighborhood called Islington is Six Points, which is located in Toronto, Canada.
Ulysses S. Grant and his wife, Julia Dent Grant, are entombed in a monument called Grant's Tomb. The monument is located on the west side of Manhattan, in Riverside Park, in the area known as the Morningside Heights neighborhood (which is the neighborhood that lies between the Upper West Side to the south and West Harlem to the north).
ACROPHOBIA is the fear of heights.
You measure horses' heights with the unit called "hands". (1 hand is equal to 4 inches)
It is called "The Seam". just kidding
It means a debate
No a fear of heights is called Acrophobia, Altophobia, Batophobia, Hypsiphobia or Hyposophobia. Vertigo is a balance disorder that causes dizziness. It is often associated with heights but doesn't need to be.
He and his wife Julia are entombed in a monument called Grant's Tomb. The tomb is located on the West Side of Upper Manhattan, in the Morningside Heights neighborhood. The address is Riverside Drive at West 122nd Street.