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   Hierarchy of Top of the TGN hierarchy (hierarchy root) Top of the TGN hierarchy (hierarchy root)
   Hierarchy of World (facet) .... World (facet)
   Hierarchy of North and Central America (continent) ........ North and Central America (continent)
   Hierarchy of United States (nation) ............ United States (nation)
   Hierarchy of Kentucky (state) ................ Kentucky (state)
   .................... Boyd (county)
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   ................................ Arrowhead Lake (reservoir)
   ................................ Ashland (inhabited place)
   ................................ Boltsfork (inhabited place)
   ................................ Bonita Lake (reservoir)
   ................................ Burnaugh (inhabited place)
   ................................ Cannonsburg (inhabited place)
   ................................ Catlettsburg (inhabited place)
   ................................ Coalton (inhabited place)
   ................................ Durbin (inhabited place)
   ................................ Garner (inhabited place)
   ................................ Grandview Lake (reservoir)
   ................................ Ironville (inhabited place)
   ................................ Kavanaugh (inhabited place)
   ................................ Lockwood (inhabited place)
   ................................ Mary Carol Lake (reservoir)
   ................................ Mavity (inhabited place)
   ................................ Meads (transport point)
   ................................ Princess (inhabited place)
   ................................ Rockdale (inhabited place)
   ................................ Rush (inhabited place)
   ................................ Sandy Furnace (inhabited place)
   ................................ Savage Branch (inhabited place)
   ................................ Summit (inhabited place)
   ................................ Westwood (inhabited place)
   ................................ Wildwood Lake (reservoir)
   ................................ Winslow (inhabited place)
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