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Moskva, Russia   9.29% (17)
Isle Of Man (General), Isle Of Man   5.46% (10)
Ontario, Canada   2.73% (5)
London, City Of, United Kingdom   2.19% (4)
Uttaranchal, India   2.19% (4)
Bayern, Germany   2.19% (4)
Guangdong, China   1.64% (3)
Alberta, Canada   1.64% (3)
British Columbia, Canada   1.64% (3)
Quebec, Canada   1.64% (3)
Oceans (General), Oceans   1.64% (3)
Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia   1.09% (2)
Khabarovskiy Kray, Russia   1.09% (2)
Rio Grande Do Norte, Brazil   1.09% (2)
Minas Gerais, Brazil   1.09% (2)
Jammu And Kashmir, India   1.09% (2)
Glasgow City, United Kingdom   1.09% (2)
Nova Scotia, Canada   1.09% (2)
Bihar, India   1.09% (2)
(Et13), Ethiopia   1.09% (2)
Al Qalyubiyah, Egypt   1.09% (2)
Rondã´, Brazil   1.09% (2)
Gelderland, Netherlands   1.09% (2)
Beijing, China   1.09% (2)
Coast, Kenya   1.09% (2)
United Kingdom (General), United Kingdom   1.09% (2)
Dimashq, Syria   1.09% (2)
Seychelles (General), Seychelles   1.09% (2)
New Zealand (General), New Zealand   1.09% (2)
Paranã¡R, Brazil   1.09% (2)
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