The uppercase 'Q' tail touches the circle.

The diagonal strokes of the uppercase 'K' meet at the vertical (with or without a gap).

The top of the uppercase 'A' has a serif or cusp on the left.

The uppercase 'G' foot has a forward pointing spur or serif.

The bar of the uppercase 'G' is singlesided, leftfacing.

The feet of the lowercase 'h' have two serifs on each foot.

The lower storey of the lowercase 'g' has a gap.

The leg of the uppercase 'R' has a single rightpointing serif or foot.

The feet of the lowercase 'm' have two serifs on each foot.

Note that the fonts in the icons shown above represent general examples, not necessarily the two fonts chosen for comparison.
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The uppercase 'Q' tail crosses the circle.

The diagonal strokes of the uppercase 'K' meet in a 'T'.

The top of the uppercase 'A' has no serifs or cusps.

The uppercase 'G' foot has a downward pointing spur.

The bar of the uppercase 'G' is doublesided.

The feet of the lowercase 'h' have two serifs on the left and one on the right.

The lower storey of the lowercase 'g' has no gap.

The leg of the uppercase 'R' has a vertical or almost vertical spur.

The feet of the lowercase 'm' have two serifs on the left, and one on the centre and right.
