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Topic - Janet Crumpt
An eclectic bunch of Washington-area locales, for wildly different reasons, have either a glut of men or a disproportionate number of women, according to a Washington Times analysis of newly released census data. The differences represent a basic dynamic affecting every facet of life for those seeking to date, those raising families and those trying to live out their days in comfort.