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   Hierarchy of Top of the AAT hierarchies Top of the AAT hierarchies
   Hierarchy of Objects Facet .... Objects Facet
   Hierarchy of Components (hierarchy name) ........ Components (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of components (objects parts) ............ components (objects parts)
   Hierarchy of <components by specific context> ................ <components by specific context>
   Hierarchy of architectural elements .................... architectural elements
   Hierarchy of <openings and opening components> ........................ <openings and opening components>
   Hierarchy of openings (architectural elements) ............................ openings (architectural elements)
   Hierarchy of <openings by form> ................................ <openings by form>
   Hierarchy of <windows and window components> .................................... <windows and window components>
   ........................................ windows
   Hierarchy of <windows by form> ............................................ <windows by form>
   Hierarchy of bay windows ................................................ bay windows
   ................................................ Chicago windows
   ................................................ classroom windows
   ................................................ combination windows
   ................................................ coupled windows
   ................................................ Diocletian windows
   ................................................ double windows
   ................................................ fenestrals
   ................................................ fenĂȘtres Ă  terre
   ................................................ French windows
   ................................................ kloosterkozijns
   ................................................ kruiskozijns
   ................................................ lancet windows
   ................................................ lattice windows
   ................................................ loop windows
   ................................................ meshrebeeyehs
   Hierarchy of mullioned windows ................................................ mullioned windows
   ................................................ multifoil windows
   ................................................ open-tracery windows
   ................................................ Palladian windows
   ................................................ picture windows
   ................................................ psychiatric windows
   ................................................ quarter-round lights
   ................................................ rawashin
   ................................................ ribbon windows
   ................................................ rose windows
   ................................................ splayed windows
   ................................................ stained-glass windows
   ................................................ tripartite windows
   ................................................ wicket windows
   Hierarchy of <windows by function> ............................................ <windows by function>
   ................................................ peepholes
   Hierarchy of show-windows ................................................ show-windows
   ................................................ storm windows
   Hierarchy of <windows by location or context> ............................................ <windows by location or context>
   ................................................ basement windows
   ................................................ fanlights
   ................................................ fenestellas
   ................................................ frieze-band windows
   ................................................ lowside windows
   ................................................ side lights (windows)
   ................................................ squints
   ................................................ transom windows
   Hierarchy of <windows by mode of operation> ............................................ <windows by mode of operation>
   ................................................ fixed windows
   Hierarchy of hinged windows ................................................ hinged windows
   Hierarchy of hung windows ................................................ hung windows
   Hierarchy of louver windows ................................................ louver windows
   ................................................ pivoted windows
   ................................................ sash windows
   ................................................ sliding windows
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