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In the first elimination round, Memphis is eliminated because it is the Condorcetpairwise loser, which means it lost every pairwise contest with every other choice.
 
If there had not been a Condorcet loser, Knoxville would have been eliminated (instead of Memphis) because the '''column''' labeled '''over Knoxville''' has the largest sum (193%). If there had been a tie for the largest column sum, then Knoxville would have been eliminated because the '''row''' labeled '''Prefer Knoxville''' has the smallest sum (107%).
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In the second elimination round, Knoxville is eliminated because it is the Condorcetpairwise loser.
 
If there had not been a Condorcet loser, Knoxville still would have been eliminated because the '''column''' labeled '''over Knoxville''' has the largest sum (151%). If there had been a tie for the largest column sum, then Knoxville still would have been eliminated because the '''row''' labeled '''Prefer Knoxville''' has the smallest sum of (49%).
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In the third and final elimination round, Chattanooga is eliminated because it is the Condorcetpairwise loser.
 
The only remaining candidate is Nashville, so it is declared the winner.
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