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    District of Andenne
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 2014/06/06 13:57:43
Counting status:
  1 LENOIR Jean-François 195            
  2 THIRION Christine 110            
  3 MISSON Jean-Pierre 92            
  4 VANHERCK Catherine 92            
  5 RAINDORF Fabienne 87            
  6 BOUWENS Frans 98            
  7 VRYGHEM Serge 72            
  1 HARMEGNIES Philippe 66            
  2 F'TOUH Hanna 48            
  3 JACOBY Jean-Pol 44            
  4 WODON Claudia 53            
  5 SAIDI Amina 51            
  6 KLEEREN Christine 43            
  7 DE SELYS Gérard 56            

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