From: Christopher Miller (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Dec 10 2009 - 12:37:32 CST
I should think it merely qualifies as a variant of execution (like the reversed "R" in the brand name Toys "[reversed]R" Us or in children's reversed letters due to mistakes of execution that this reversed "R" is meant to emulate). It is not semantically distinct from the regular capital N, not being intended to carry a value within the script that is distinct from that of the regularly formed letter.
On 2009-12-10, at 12:53 PM, Christopher Key wrote:
> Is  sufficient example of usage of a character to merit its inclusion
> in Unicode?
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