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Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   58.57% (41)
Houston, Texas, United States   7.14% (5)
Dallas, Texas, United States   4.29% (3)
Columbus, Ohio, United States   2.86% (2)
Marcellus, New York, United States   2.86% (2)
Los Angeles, California, United States   1.43% (1)
San Diego, California, United States   1.43% (1)
Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania, United States   1.43% (1)
Denver, Ohio, United States   1.43% (1)
Phoenix, Arizona, United States   1.43% (1)
Lansing, Ohio, United States   1.43% (1)
Harris, Ohio, United States   1.43% (1)
Raleigh, North Carolina, United States   1.43% (1)
Trenton, Texas, United States   1.43% (1)
London, London, City Of, United Kingdom   1.43% (1)
Raleigh, Texas, United States   1.43% (1)
Department Of Energy, District Of Columbia, United States   1.43% (1)
San Antonio, Texas, United States   1.43% (1)
Harris, North Carolina, United States   1.43% (1)
Cooper, Texas, United States   1.43% (1)
Portland, Oregon, United States   1.43% (1)
Marcellus, Washington, United States   1.43% (1)
Hartford, Connecticut, United States   1.43% (1)
Cheyenne, Wyoming, United States   1.43% (1)
Gulf Of Mexico, Louisiana, United States   1.43% (1)
Charleston, Texas, United States   1.43% (1)
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