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    District of Verviers
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 2014/06/06 14:03:31
Counting status:
  1 ARENA Marie 1.634            
  2 TARABELLA Marc 834            
  3 BAYET Hugues 270            
  4 BRZAKALA Clio 297            
  5 RENAULT Louison 213            
  6 DELFANNE Carine 314            
  7 MPEMBA Julienne 335            
  8 CAPRASSE Amaury 192            
  1 SEMINARA Franco 256            
  2 HARICHE Faouzia 301            
  3 VAN DAELE Daniel 172            
  4 CELIK Duygu 806            
  5 MEERSMAN Céline 189            
  6 JADOT Michel 269            

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