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Height
   in Italian is   
Altezza
Ard
   means   
Height
ANGELS
   means   
Height of Friendly Aircraft in Thousands of Feet
CHERUBS
   means   
Height of Friendly Aircraft in Hundreds of Feet
ESTIMATE
   means   
Provides Estimate of the Size, Range, Height or Other Parmetre of a Specified Contact
Pergamos
   means   
Height
Gravity Assisted Concrete Poisoning
   means   
Jumped/fell from Height
Feet is the Unit Used for Measuring the Height of Horses
   is   
False
The unit is hands
Jet Stream
   is   
Fast Moving Air at a Height of About 11km
Influential on directing weather systems
No Vehicles over Height Shown
   is represented by   

UK road sign
Ceilometer
   is used for   
Measuring Height of Cloud Ceiling Above Earth
Hippometer
   is used for   
Measure Height of Horses
Hypsometer
   is used for   
Measuring Height of Trees Through Triangulation
Cumulus Humilis
   are   
Wide Cumulus With Uniform Height
"Fair weather clouds" Its vertical growth is usually restricted by the existence of a temperature inversion in the atmosphere; this in turn explains the unusually uniform height of the cloud tops of this cumulus species.
Cumulus Mediocris
   are   
Cumulus of Moderate Height
Unique to the genus cumulus, of moderate vertical development, the upper protuberances or sproutings of which are not very marked; it may have a small cauliflower aspect. This cloud does not give any precipitation, but frequently develops into cumulus congestus and cumulonimbus.
Ceiling
   is   
The Height of the Lowest Layer of Clouds
When the sky is broken or overcast.
Inversion
   is   
An Increase in Temperature With Height
The reverse of the normal cooling with height in the atmosphere.
Wind Shear
   is   
The Change of Wind Speed or Direction With Distance or Height
Bankfull Stage
   means   
The Height of Water in a Stream
Corresponds to the level of the surrounding floodplain.
Elevation
   means   
The Vertical Height of One Point on the Earth Above a Fixed Reference Point
Usually above mean sea level
Aspect Ratio
   is described as   
The Ratio of Width to Height in Photographic Prints.
François De La Rochefoucauld
   said   
"The Height of Cleverness is to Be Able to Conceal It"
French writer and Cardinal
Altophobia
   is an acute fear of   
Heights
Emily Brontë
   wrote   
Wuthering Heights
Bronte's only novel is considered a classic of English literature (1847)
Wuthering Heights (1939)
   has the tagline   
I Am Torn by DESIRE...tortured by Hate!
Wuthering Heights (1939)
   has the tagline   
I Am Heathcliff! I Love a Woman Who Belongs to Another Man!...My Love Was Fierce...My Hate is Burning!..I Will Have Vengeance!
Emily Bronte
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Wuthering Heights (1992)
Based on the book
Kate Bush
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Wuthering Heights
March 5 1978 for 4 weeks; did not chart highly in the U.S.
Acrophobia
   is an acute fear of   
Heights
Andy Blankenbuehler
   choreographed   
In The Heights
2008
Emily Bronte
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Wuthering Heights (1992)
Music of the Night
   has the opening line   
Night Time Sharpens, Heightens Each Sensation
Written by Richard Stilgoe and Charles Hart for Andrew Lloyd Webber's 1986 long running West End and Broadway musical "The Phantom Of The Opera" based upon the 1910 novel Le Fantôme de l'Opéra by Gaston Leroux. (to borrow Allan's excellent notes)
Barry Levinson
   directed   
Liberty Heights (1999)
Heathcliff
   appeared in   
Wuthering Heights
1939
Altophobia
   is an acute fear of   
Heights
Wuthering Heights (1939)
   has the last line:   
“He's With Her. They've Only Just Begun to Live. Goodbye Heathcliff. Goodbye My Wild Sweet Cathy.”
Wuthering Heights (1939)
   has the tagline   
A Story of Vengeful Thwarted Love
Wuthering Heights
   has the opening line   
Out On The Wiley, Windy Moors
1978, Kate Bush






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