Hal Quinn: Person DB Profile: All Cities

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Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   30.82% (303)
Charleston, West Virginia, United States   19.74% (194)
Environmental Protection Agency, District Of Columbia, United States   11.70% (115)
Peabody, West Virginia, United States   4.88% (48)
Upper Big Branch, West Virginia, United States   4.68% (46)
Columbia, Washington, United States   4.27% (42)
Montcoal, West Virginia, United States   4.27% (42)
Fairmont, West Virginia, United States   4.27% (42)
Richmond, Virginia, United States   4.17% (41)
Cumberland, Kentucky, United States   4.07% (40)
Dorothy, West Virginia, United States   3.97% (39)
White House, District Of Columbia, United States   3.36% (33)
Houston, Texas, United States   3.26% (32)
Logan County, West Virginia, United States   3.05% (30)
Morgantown, West Virginia, United States   2.64% (26)
Capitol Hill, District Of Columbia, United States   2.64% (26)
Miami, Florida, United States   2.24% (22)
Supreme Court, District Of Columbia, United States   1.73% (17)
Beaumont, Provence-Alpes-Că´D'Azur, France   1.53% (15)
Denver, Colorado, United States   1.53% (15)
Columbia, West Virginia, United States   1.53% (15)
Corp, Rhă´Alpes, France   1.53% (15)
Romney, Texas, United States   1.53% (15)
Clearview, Washington, United States   1.42% (14)
Charleston, Kentucky, United States   1.22% (12)
Lewis, Saint George, Grenada   1.22% (12)
Chicago, Illinois, United States   1.12% (11)
London, London, City Of, United Kingdom   1.02% (10)
Huntington, West Virginia, United States   0.92% (9)
Surrey, Prince Edward Island, Canada   0.92% (9)
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