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Both Twin Cities place high in magazine's rankings of where to find eligible women

Men's Health looked at the ratio of single women to single men. And not just any women: college-educated gals who hold down jobs and exercise. The results? Both twin towns made the top twenty, with the capital city edging out the mill city.
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Men's Health looked at the ratio of single women to single men. And not just any women: college-educated gals who hold down jobs and exercise. The results? Both twin towns made the top twenty, with the capital city edging out the mill city.

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