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   Hierarchy of Top of the AAT hierarchies Top of the AAT hierarchies
   Hierarchy of Objects Facet .... Objects Facet
   Hierarchy of Furnishings and Equipment (hierarchy name) ........ Furnishings and Equipment (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of Costume (hierarchy name) ............ Costume (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of costume (mode of fashion) ................ costume (mode of fashion)
   Hierarchy of costume accessories .................... costume accessories
   ........................ costume accessories carried
   Hierarchy of bags (costume accessories) ............................ bags (costume accessories)
   ................................ bandolier bags
   ................................ bolsas fajas
   ................................ bolsas mallas
   ................................ chatelaine bags
   ................................ chuspas
   Hierarchy of clutch bags ................................ clutch bags
   ................................ diaper bags
   ................................ evening bags
   ................................ guayacas [N]
   ................................ handbags
   ................................ haversacks [N]
   Hierarchy of knapsacks ................................ knapsacks [N]
   ................................ meñshis
   ................................ messenger bags
   ................................ miser's purses
   ................................ muff bags
   Hierarchy of pockets (bags) ................................ pockets (bags)
   ................................ purses (ladies' accessories)
   Hierarchy of purses (drawstringed accessories) ................................ purses (drawstringed accessories)
   ................................ putés
   ................................ reticules
   ................................ shoulder bags
   ............................ bouquet holders
   ............................ chapeaux bras
   ............................ crops (animal equipment) [N]
   Hierarchy of fans (costume accessories) ............................ fans (costume accessories)
   ................................ abanicos (Pre-Columbian accessories)
   ................................ advertising fans
   ................................ brisé fans
   ................................ cockade fans
   Hierarchy of fixed fans ................................ fixed fans
   ................................ folding fans
   Hierarchy of fly whisks ............................ fly whisks [N]
   ................................ caurī [N]
   Hierarchy of handkerchiefs ............................ handkerchiefs
   ................................ bandannas
   ................................ pañueleras
   ................................ pocket squares
   ............................ lorgnettes
   Hierarchy of parasols (costume accessories) ............................ parasols (costume accessories)
   ................................ carriage parasols
   ................................ en-tout-cases
   ................................ processional parasols [N]
   Hierarchy of riding whips ............................ riding whips [N]
   ................................ quirts
   ............................ sudaria
   Hierarchy of walking sticks ............................ walking sticks [N]
   ................................ canes (walking sticks)
   Hierarchy of staffs (walking sticks) ................................ staffs (walking sticks)
   ................................ sword sticks [N]
   ................................ tokotoko
   Hierarchy of worry beads ............................ worry beads
   ................................ komboloi
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