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Unique Letters

While I was reading recently, I came across an article that contained a rather long list of names. I studied the list a bit and determined that 16% of the names on that list shared a unique attribute. In fact, if you took the first letters of each of those names on the smaller list, you end up with the letters L-R-F-U-G-P-H-D.

So here’s the question: What’s unique about this list of 8 names, whose first letters happen to spell out the aforementioned L-R-F-U-G-P-H-D?

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2 guesses to Unique Letters


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  • anant

    The letters that spell L, R, F, U, G, P, H, D are the only States that don’t share their first letter with another state.
    L – Louisiana, R – Rhode Island, F – Florida, U – Utah, G – Georgia, P – Pennsylvania, H – Hawaii, and D – Delaware

  • Dude

    YEA! Anant comes through with an amazingly correct solution. Anant is the winner!