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    District of Paliseul
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 2014/06/06 14:04:00
Counting status:
  1 LAMBERTS Philippe 215            
  2 BRICMONT Saskia 127            
  3 NOIRET Christian 127            
  4 JEN Sandra 96            
  5 SCIEUR Pierre 73            
  6 TOUSSAINT Sabine 101            
  7 BOURLET Michel 301            
  8 SNOY Thérèse 92            
  1 SAAL Caroline 76            
  2 EL HAJJAJI Hajib 61            
  3 MARNEFFE Catherine 82            
  4 CONVIÉ Bernard 59            
  5 DEPUYDT Anne 65            
  6 CONSTANT Jean-Marie 64            

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