Given the name of a Stack Exchange site which doesn't have their own design yet, decide how many ASCII characters (non-ASCII ones are counted separately) are there on their icons. Your code should distinguish these 4 cases:
Astronomy Beer Freelancing Health History Law Music: Practice & Theory Parenting The Great Outdoors Writers
3D Printing Amateur Radio Biblical Hermeneutics Bitcoin Board & Card Games Buddhism Chinese Language Coffee Community Building Computational Science Computer Graphics Data Science Earth Science Ebooks Economics Emacs Engineering Expatriates French Language Gardening & Landscaping Genealogy & Family History German Language Hardware Recommendations Hinduism Homebrewing Islam Italian Language Japanese Language Joomla Lifehacks Martial Arts Mathematics Educators Motor Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Music Fans Mythology Open Data Personal Productivity Pets Philosophy Physical Fitness Politics Portuguese Language Project Management Puzzling Quantitative Finance Reverse Engineering Robotics Russian Language Software Quality Assurance & Testing Software Recommendations Sound Design Space Exploration Spanish Language Sports Startups Sustainable Living Tridion Vi and Vim Video Production Windows Phone Woodworking Worldbuilding
Cognitive Sciences elementary OS Ethereum History of Science and Mathematics Linguistics Open Source Programming Puzzles & Code Golf Signal Processing Tor
Anime & Manga Arduino Aviation Chess CiviCRM Poker
Excluded in this challenge for having non-ASCII characters in their names:
LEGO® Answers Русский язык
Your code should output a consistent distinct value for each of the 4 sets. Each output (or its string representation for non-string values returned from a function) should be no more than 10 bytes, not counting the optional trailing newline.
You can create multiple pieces of code in the same language. The output of your submission is considered to be the output of each piece of code concatenated in a fixed order (so you can use Regex).
Shortest code wins.