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   Hierarchy of Top of the AAT hierarchies Top of the AAT hierarchies
   Hierarchy of Objects Facet .... Objects Facet
   Hierarchy of Built Environment (hierarchy name) ........ Built Environment (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of Open Spaces and Site Elements (hierarchy name ) ............ Open Spaces and Site Elements (hierarchy name )
   ................ site elements
   Hierarchy of aeronautical site elements .................... aeronautical site elements
   Hierarchy of aeronautical ground lights ........................ aeronautical ground lights
   .................... backstops
   .................... billboards (site elements)
   .................... birdbaths
   .................... bollards
   .................... boundary stones
   .................... eruvin
   .................... exedrae (site elements)
   Hierarchy of fences (site elements) .................... fences (site elements)
   ........................ chain link fences
   ........................ electric fences
   ........................ garden fences
   Hierarchy of hedges ........................ hedges [N]
   ........................ hoardings
   ........................ hurdles (fences)
   ........................ palisades (outworks) [N]
   ........................ picket fences
   ........................ rail fences
   ........................ snow fences
   .................... flagpoles
   Hierarchy of freestanding walls .................... freestanding walls
   Hierarchy of boundary walls ........................ boundary walls
   .................... hitching posts
   .................... lampposts
   Hierarchy of landscaped-site elements .................... landscaped-site elements
   Hierarchy of beds (site elements) ........................ beds (site elements)
   ........................ berms (landscaped-site elements)
   ........................ borrowed view
   ........................ greenswards
   ........................ ha-has
   ........................ hedgerows
   Hierarchy of hedges ........................ hedges
   ........................ lawns (landscaped grass)
   Hierarchy of parterres ........................ parterres
   ........................ tai (landscaped site element)
   ........................ terraces (landscaped-site elements)
   ........................ topiary
   ........................ turf seats
   Hierarchy of water features (landscaping) ........................ water features (landscaping)
   .................... pavement posts
   .................... protective shelters (site elements)
   .................... windbreaks
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