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DETROIT
Besides his bright smile and broad chest (branded with his college fraternity's omega symbol), Cyrill Weems, 25 and single, credits his appeal to his friendly personality. "I like to talk to women, and I'm real approachable," says the project engineer for the new Tigers baseball stadium.

DETROIT
Ralph Gilles thinks his wife, Doris, is right: It's his eyes that make him sexy. "Most reactions I get are from bank tellers or fast-food servers, who only see my face," says the 29-year-old DarmlerChrysler design manager.

NEW YORK CITY
"You know what I always got as a kid? 'He's so cute' Now I hate the word," says single filmmaker Kevin Bean, 28, who directs commercials. "I had these really long eyelashes, and when I was about 7, I cut them off."

NEW YORK CITY
"Some girls try to get more than just a carriage ride. They'll say they like my hair or my style," confides never-married hansom cab driver Luiz Kemmer, 35. "I want them to have a good time, but I don't want to give the wrong impression."

NEW YORK CITY
Wall Street asset manager Thomas Re, 28, still woos his girlfriend of two years. "I once sent her a card with an invitation to meet me at my apartment," he says. "I told her to pack a bag, and I took her to Newport, R.I., for the weekend"

SAN FRANCISCO
"I feel sexy after I accomplish something physical, Llike winning a windsurfing race or topping out on a long rock climb," says unmarried sports-apparel company owner Chip Wasson, 34.

SAN FRANCISCO
"Sometimes girls tell me they've undressed me with their eyes," admits Ritz-Cariton bellman Darren Tong, 34. Though he's currently "available," Tong says, "I usually tell them it's very flattering, and I don't know what to say."

SAN FRANCISCO
"When I'm seeing someone, I really focus on that perso," says Chuuck Gill, 35, a point guard for the Golden State Warriors wheelchair basketball team. Gill, who also drives a specially equipped Meals on Wheels delivery van, even remembers little things, like a woman's favorite scene in a movie. "I get big points for that," he says.

BOSTON
David Comendul prefers "women who are in tune with their bodies." Says the 26-year-old crane operator, who lives with his fiancée and their 2-year-old daughter: "I don't like too-skinny women; women who don't eat are a turnoff"

BOSTON
TV news anchor Emmett Miller, 36, says sharing a house with a female roommate has helped him to understand women. "It teaches you to keep the bathroom clean and that you're not quite as tidy as you thought you were."

BOSTON
"I'm very touchy-feely." says single law student Armando Acosta, 25. "I could be talking to a girl and have my hand on her back or be touching her arm. Some people see that as flirting; I just see that as me being me"