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   Hierarchy of Top of the AAT hierarchies Top of the AAT hierarchies
   Hierarchy of Associated Concepts Facet .... Associated Concepts Facet
   Hierarchy of Associated Concepts (hierarchy name) ........ Associated Concepts (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of language-related concepts ............ language-related concepts
   Hierarchy of <languages and writing systems> ................ <languages and writing systems>
   .................... <languages and writing systems by general type>
   Hierarchy of languages (established systems of communication) ........................ languages (established systems of communication)
   ............................ ancient languages
   ............................ cants (language, general)
   Hierarchy of computer languages ............................ computer languages
   ............................ constructed languages
   ............................ creoles (language, general)
   ............................ dead languages
   ............................ dialects
   ............................ endangered languages
   ............................ extinct languages
   ............................ historic languages
   ............................ jargon
   ............................ language families
   ............................ lingua francas
   ............................ living languages
   ............................ mixed languages
   ............................ pidgins (language, general)
   ............................ sign languages
   ............................ spoken languages
   ............................ written languages
   Hierarchy of writing systems ........................ writing systems
   ............................ alphabetic writing systems
   ............................ alphasyllabaries
   ............................ consonantal writing systems
   ............................ dance notation
   ............................ logographic systems
   ............................ musical notation
   ............................ pictographies (writing systems)
   ............................ syllabaries
   ............................ written word
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