#StackBounty: #python-3.x #summarization Pandas Data Summarization

Bounty: 50

I have a fuzzy data, which is as below. Kindly note that the first item has repeating names(which is kind of important to consider).

('Alex', ['String1', 'String34'])
('Piper', ['String5', 'String64', 'String12'])
('Nicky', ['String3', 'String21', 'String42', 'String51'])
('Linda', ['String14'])
('Suzzane', ['String11', 'String36', String16'])
('Alex', ['String64', 'String34', 'String12', 'String5'])
('Linda', ['String3', 'String77'])
('Piper', ['String41', 'String64', 'String11', 'String34'])
('Suzzane', ['String12'])
('Nicky', ['String11',  'String51'])
('Alex', ['String77', 'String64', 'String3', 'String5'])
('Linda', ['String51'])
('Nicky', ['String77', 'String12', 'String34'])
('Suzzane', ['String51', 'String3'])
('Piper', ['String11', 'String64', 'String5'])

Is it possible that the data can be summarized as shown below?

[Only unique names remain, and for each main name, only unique strings will be populated from all the duplicates that existed]

('Alex', ['String1', 'String34', 'String64', 'String12', 'String5', 'String77', 'String3'])
('Piper', ['String5', 'String64', 'String12', 'String11', 'String41', 'String34'])
('Nicky', ['String3', 'String21', 'String42', 'String51', 'String11', 'String77', 'String12', 'String34'])
('Linda', ['String14', 'String3', 'String77', 'String51'])
('Suzzane', ['String11', 'String36', 'String16', 'String12', 'String51', 'String3'])


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