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  1. Gwinnett, Georgia, United States [County] includes Adams Crossroads, Allendale, Bethesda, Buford [Populated], Caleb, Carrols Crossing, Centerville, Dacula [Populated], Duluth [Populated], Five Forks, Forest Hills, Gloster, Grayson [Populated], Harbin, Hog Mountain, Lawrenceville [Populated], Lilburn [Populated], Loganville [Populated], Luxomni, Meadow, Mechanicsville, New Hope, Norcross [Populated], Pittman, Pleasant Hill, Rest Haven [Populated], Rosebud, Snellville [Populated], Sugar Hill, Suwanee [Populated], Trickem [SourceGSP]
  2. Gwinnett, Georgia, United States [County]; population was 352,910 in 1990; housing units was 137,608 in 1990; location is 3358'N 842'W; land area is 432.86 square miles (277,033 acres); water area is 3.88 square miles (2,482 acres); FIPS code is 135 [SourceCBP]

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