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EA:  TOPMARK_TYPE

Status: STD 2005/06/07
Code: 1451

Concept definition: The type of a <TOPMARK>.
 
Attribute value type: ENUMERATION
Reference type: IR
Reference: [FACC, Annex B: TMC and TOP]
Supplemental references:  

Enumerants (presented in a natural order)
Status Attribute label Enumerant label Concept definition Code Ref type Reference Supplemental references ▾
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TOPMARK_TYPE BALL Ball. 1 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:12]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE BALL_FILLED Filled <<<BALL>>>. 2 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:28]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE BALL_OPEN Open <<<BALL>>>. 3 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:27]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE BALL_OVER_CONE <<<BALL>>> over cone. 4 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:15]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE BROOM_POINT_DOWN Broom, point down. 5 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:20]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE BROOM_POINT_UP Broom, point up. 6 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:17]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE CAN Can. 7 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:13]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE CAN_FILLED <<<CAN>>> filled. 8 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:26]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE CAN_OPEN <<<CAN>>> open. 9 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:25]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE CAN_OVER_BALL_OPEN <<<CAN>>> over <<<BALL_OPEN>>>. 10 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:29]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE CIRCLE A perfectly round plane figure, the circumference of which is everywhere equidistant from its centre; circle. 11 PR [S57A, Attribute, TOPSHP:26]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE CIRCLE_OVER_TRIANGLE-
_POINT_UP
A <<<CIRCLE>>> located over a <<<TRIANGLE_POINT_UP>>>. 12 PR [S57A, Attribute, TOPSHP:32]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE CONE_OVER_BALL Cone over <<<BALL>>>. 13 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:16]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE CONE_POINT_DOWNWARDS Cone, point downwards. 14 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:22]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE CONE_POINT_UPWARDS Cone, point upwards. 15 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:21]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE CROSS_OVER_BALL_FILLED Cross over <<<BALL_FILLED>>>. 16 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:30]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE CROSS_OVER_BALL_OPEN Cross over <<<BALL_OPEN>>>. 17 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:36]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE DIAMOND Diamond. 18 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:19]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE DIAMOND_OVER_BALL_FILLED <<<DIAMOND>>> over <<<BALL_FILLED>>>. 19 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:31]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE DOUBLE_BALL_OPEN Double <<<BALL_OPEN>>>. 20 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:37]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE DOUBLE_CONE_POINTS_APART Double cone, points apart, open. 21 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:32]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE EAST_MARK Two cones with their bases together; east mark. 22 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:1]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE FLAG A flag mounted on a short <FLAGPOLE>. 23 PR [S57A, Attribute, TOPSHP:17]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE ISOLATED_DANGER Two <<<BALL>>>s; isolated danger. 24 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:2]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE NONE_PRESENT None present. 25 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:33]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE NORTH_MARK Two <<<CONE_POINT_UPWARDS>>>; north mark. 26 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:3]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE NUN Circular in the middle and tapering towards each end; nun. 27 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:10]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE OPTICAL_REFLECTOR Optical reflector. 28 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:24]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE OTHER_SHAPE Other shape. 29 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:53]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE PERCH Perch. 30 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:18]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE PORT_HAND <<<CAN>>> or cylinder; port-hand. 31 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:4]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE RECTANGLE_HORIZONTAL A rectangle where the two longer opposite sides are standing horizontally. 32 PR [S57A, Attribute, TOPSHP:20]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE RECTANGLE_VERTICAL A rectangle where the two longer opposite sides are standing vertically. 33 PR [S57A, Attribute, TOPSHP:21]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE RHOMBUS_OVER_CIRCLE A rhombus located above (over) a <<<CIRCLE>>>. 34 PR [S57A, Attribute, TOPSHP:31]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE SAFE_WATER One <<<BALL>>>; safe water. 35 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:5]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE SOUTH_MARK Two <<<CONE_POINT_DOWNWARDS>>>; south mark. 36 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:8]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE SPECIAL_X Special X. 37 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:6]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE SPHERE_OVER_RHOMBUS A sphere located above a rhombus; sphere over rhombus. 38 PR [S57A, Attribute, TOPSHP:18]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE SQUARE A plane figure with four right angles and four equal straight sides; square. 39 PR [S57A, Attribute, TOPSHP:19]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE ST_ANDREWS_CROSS Having a shape or a cross-section like the capital letter "X", but may be three-dimensional in shape and made of at least three crossed bars; St. Andrew's cross. 40 IR [S57A, Attribute, TOPSHP:7]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE STARBOARD_HAND One <<<CONE_POINT_UPWARDS>>>; starboard-hand. 41 IR [FACC, Annex B, TMC:7]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE T_SHAPE Having a shape like the capital letter "T". 42 PR [S57A, Attribute, TOPSHP:28]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE TRAPEZIUM_DOWN A trapezium, which stands on its shorter parallel side; trapezium down. A trapezium is a quadrilateral having one pair of opposite sides parallel. 43 PR [S57A, Attribute, TOPSHP:23]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE TRAPEZIUM_UP A trapezium, which stands on its longer parallel side; trapezium up. A trapezium is a quadrilateral having one pair of opposite sides parallel. 44 PR [S57A, Attribute, TOPSHP:22]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE TRI_POINT_UP_OVER_CIRCLE A <<<TRIANGLE_POINT_UP>>>, located above (over) a <<<CIRCLE>>>. 45 PR [S57A, Attribute, TOPSHP:29]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE TRIANGLE_POINT_DOWN A triangle, vertex (point) down. 46 PR [S57A, Attribute, TOPSHP:25]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE TRIANGLE_POINT_UP A triangle, vertex (point) up. 47 PR [S57A, Attribute, TOPSHP:24]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE TWO_UPRIGHT_CROSSES Two <<<UPRIGHT_CROSS>>>s, generally vertically disposed one above the other. 48 PR [S57A, Attribute, TOPSHP:27]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE UPRIGHT_CROSS An upright cross with one vertical member and one horizontal member; upright cross. It is similar in shape to the character "+", and is also known as a St. George's Cross. 49 PR [S57A, Attribute, TOPSHP:8]  
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TOPMARK_TYPE UPRIGHT_CROSS_OVER_CIRCLE An <<<UPRIGHT_CROSS>>> that is located above (over) a <<<CIRCLE>>>. 50 PR [S57A, Attribute, TOPSHP:30]  

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