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  1. Pinellas, Florida, United States [County] includes Anona, Baskin, Bay Pines [Populated], Bayview, Belleair [Populated], Belleair Beach [Populated], Belleair Bluffs [Populated], Belleair Shores, Boca Ciega, Bridgeport, Clearwater [Populated], Clearwater Beach, Coachman, Cross Bayou, Crystal Beach, Curlew, Dellwood, Dunedin [Populated], Dunedin Isles, Fort De Soto, Four Corners, Gulfport [Populated], Habor Bluffs, Harbor Palms, High Point [Populated], Indian Rocks Beach [Populated], Indian Shores [Populated], Innisbrook, Largo [Populated], Lealman (Lellman Station), Madeira Beach [Populated], Mitchell Beach, North Redington Beach [Populated], Oldsmar [Populated], Ozona, Palm Harbor [Populated], Pasadena, Pinellas Park [Populated], Redington Beach [Populated], Redington Shores [Populated], Safety Harbor [Populated], Saint George, Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg Beach, Seminole, Shore Acres, South Pasadena [Populated], Sunset Beach, Sunshine Beach, Tarpon Springs [Populated], The Jungle, Treasure Island [Populated], Victor, Wall Springs, Walsingham [SourceGSP]
  2. Pinellas, Florida, United States [County]; population was 851,659 in 1990; housing units was 458,341 in 1990; location is 2754'N 8244'W; land area is 280.16 square miles (179,301 acres); water area is 327.60 square miles (209,662 acres); FIPS code is 103 [SourceCBP]

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