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Horatio

Horatio

Crosses
The upper-case 'Q' tail crosses the circle.
Left
The upper-case 'G' has a bar to the left.
Closed
The centre bar of the upper-case 'R' meets the vertical.
Curved
The right side of the upper-case 'G' is curved.
Double
The bar of the lower-case 'f' is double-sided.
Crosses
The bar of the '4' crosses the vertical.

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Harry

Harry

Touches
The upper-case 'Q' tail touches the circle.
No bar
The upper-case 'G' has no bar.
Open
The centre bar of the upper-case 'R' leaves a gap with the vertical.
Flat
The right side of the upper-case 'G' has a flat section.
Single
The bar of the lower-case 'f' is single-sided.
Touches
The bar of the '4' does not cross the vertical.