Maria Korsnick: Person DB Profile: All Cities

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Rockville, Maryland, United States   28.57% (20)
Waterford, New York, United States   28.57% (20)
Corcoran, Minnesota, United States   28.57% (20)
Calvert, Maryland, United States   27.14% (19)
Lacey, New Jersey, United States   25.71% (18)
Clinton, New Jersey, United States   25.71% (18)
Baltimore, New York, United States   25.71% (18)
Wilson, Maryland, United States   22.86% (16)
Nei, Japan (General), Japan   14.29% (10)
Rochester, Massachusetts, United States   14.29% (10)
Baltimore, Maryland, United States   11.43% (8)
Columbia, Ohio, United States   10.00% (7)
Akron, Ohio, United States   10.00% (7)
Scriba, New York, United States   10.00% (7)
Berkeley, California, United States   7.14% (5)
Dana, California, United States   7.14% (5)
Columbia, Maryland, United States   5.71% (4)
Lusby, Maryland, United States   5.71% (4)
Sullivan, New York, United States   5.71% (4)
Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan   4.29% (3)
Oswego, New York, United States   4.29% (3)
Shinjuku, Kanagawa, Japan   2.86% (2)
Duane Arnold Energy Center, Iowa, United States   2.86% (2)
Chicago, Illinois, United States   2.86% (2)
Ibaraki, Osaka, Japan   2.86% (2)
Los Angeles, California, United States   1.43% (1)
Waterford, California, United States   1.43% (1)
Corcoran, California, United States   1.43% (1)
Wano, Aomori, Japan   1.43% (1)
Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan   1.43% (1)
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