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The 1063 is a base code refering to the map format used for those years by Rand Mc Nally, and the Letter preceeding the base code indicated the year the map was issued.From 1939 to 1948 General Drafting was the map maker for SOHIO, then in 1949 SOHIO switched back to Rand Mc Nally and started with the new base code of 4903.

Because while there are some definite heavy hitters in the dating app world, there's actually a huge amount of variation in what's popular around the country.That sort of surprised me, because it's not one my friends use as much as Tinder or Hinge, but it's obviously getting a lot of use in other circles. Washington and Oregon searched for Maple Match — a dating app to help you find Canadians — the most.Whether it's just because of their proximity to the border or because of the new presidency, it's hard to tell. Maybe it's because in big cities there are so many missed connections every day (and because we're all too lazy to travel more than three neighborhoods for a date), but Happn, which matches you with people you cross paths with, was the most popular search among New Yorkers.SOHIO used Rand Mc Nally maps from 1924-1926, 1930-19-1985.See the SOHIO-OH-Spreadsheet to see the code sequences Rand Mc Nally used in dating their maps.

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