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be larger in number

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MINNEAPOLIS, March 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- General Mills today announced the launch of its third annual Outnumber Hunger campaign, which has provided more than 25 million meals to Americans in need as part of a partnership with Feeding America and Big Machine Label Group.
Single men outnumber unmarried women in every age group, apart from the over-75s, according to the official statistics.
WOMEN now make up half the workforce and outnumber men in a growing number of regions, according to a new study yesterday.
The statistics also show that in three Bulgarian regions, Kardzhali, Razgrad and Silistra, the people who live in villages outnumber the people who live in towns and cities.
When the ball is out wide, most attackers run to the far post, where they are most likely to be able to outnumber the defenders.
Summary: The number of dole claimants outnumber job vacancies by five to one, according to a new report.
8 in September, showing pessimists outnumber optimists by the narrowest.
Houston, We Have a Problem The "we" in this case is the population of gay "bottoms" in Houston, Texas, where they outnumber "tops" by the widest margin of any American city.
Women currently outnumber men in weekly non-Orthodox worship services, adult education classes, volunteer leadership positions and cultural events.
In the area overall, African-Americans outnumber whites 61 percent to 36 percent.
Tom Mortenson, a researcher at the Pell Institute for the Study of Opportunity in Higher Education, positing why women students now outnumber men in higher ed.
Women employees in North East local authorities now outnumber men, a survey by general workers union the GMB has revealed.
A national survey of more than 1,000 academics shows that Democratic professors outnumber Republicans by at least seven to one in the humanities and social sciences.
Consumer confidence has risen to a 42-month high although pessimists continue to outnumber optimists, according to a Bank of Japan (BOJ) survey released Thursday.
Respondents' impressions of accountants improved most among the 25 "industries" measured, rising to a 2003 net rating of 31% (that is, the margin by which those holding positive views outnumber those with negative ones) from a 0% net rating in 2002.