|Your example is slightly confusing...maybe it's just incomplete.|
"each list has items that are not on the other, but also have duplications"
In your example, I see items that are on your first list that are not on your second, and I see the duplicates that are lined up. What I don't see are any items on your second list that aren't on your first.
Is your example correct or should it be something like the following. I moved the 4 as an example of something that is on the second list but not on the first.
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