John S Mccain: Person DB Profile: All Cities

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Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   84.38% (27)
Beijing, Beijing, China   75.00% (24)
South China Sea, Brunei (General), Brunei   68.75% (22)
Manila, Manila, Philippines   65.62% (21)
Varyag, Irkutskaya Oblast', Russia   56.25% (18)
Hanoi, Ha N?I, Vietnam   56.25% (18)
South Vietnam, Vietnam (General), Vietnam   56.25% (18)
Danang, N?Ng, Vietnam   50.00% (16)
Seoul, Soul-T'Ukpyolsi, South Korea   21.88% (7)
Pyongyang, P'Yongyang-Si, North Korea   18.75% (6)
Kim Jong, Ch'Ungch'Ong-Bukto, South Korea   15.62% (5)
Osan, Cholla-Namdo, South Korea   12.50% (4)
Zambales, Zambales, Philippines   9.38% (3)
Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan   9.38% (3)
Indian Ocean, Oc,    9.38% (3)
Moscow, Moskva, Russia   6.25% (2)
Shangri-La, Hawaii, United States   6.25% (2)
Bangkok, Krung Thep Mahanakhon, Thailand   6.25% (2)
Paju, Kyonggi-Do, South Korea   6.25% (2)
Murai, Shiga, Japan   6.25% (2)
U-Tapao, Songkhla, Thailand   6.25% (2)
Nang, Xizang, China   6.25% (2)
Taiwan Strait, Taiwan (General), Taiwan   6.25% (2)
Kaesong, Kaesong-Si, North Korea   6.25% (2)
Kim, Mariy-El, Russia   6.25% (2)
Subic, Sorsogon, Philippines   6.25% (2)
Burma Sea, Oceans (General), Oceans   6.25% (2)
Kadena, Okinawa, Japan   6.25% (2)
Malaca, Pangasinan, Philippines   3.12% (1)
Yokosuka, Shizuoka, Japan   3.12% (1)
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