Sayori, your childhood friend, has invited you to hang out with her in the Literature Club! Since you were looking for a club to join, you decide to accompany her. As luck has it, the club's members are all cute girls! In order to win their hearts, you must write poems suited to each girls' taste. Each member of the Literature Club has a set of "trigger words" that, when used in a poem, increases your closeness points with them; duplicates will only be counted once. Your poem will consist of sentences and words in each sentence, and you want to know how your poem will affect your closeness with each member. Write a program that outputs the name of the girl with the highest number of closeness points. If your poem contains a word that is in none of the sets, you can ignore the word.
You can assume that all input will be lowercase. The first line of input contains two integers and representing the number of sentences and the number of words in each sentence, respectively. The second line of input contains an integer representing the size of the set of "trigger words" for each club member. The next four lines contain the sets of "trigger words" for the four club members - Sayori, Natsuki, Yuri, and Monika - respectively. Your poem will be made up of the next N lines, each containing K words.
Note: The third to sixth lines of input will always contain trigger words in the exact order of Sayori, Natsuki, Yuri, and Monika. This is important for determining the output.
The output should consist of one line containing the name(s) of the girls with the highest closeness points. The order in which you print their names do not matter. If two or more girls have the same number of closeness points, print all of their names, separated by a newline. If the total number of closeness points is equal to , the output will be empty.
5 4 4 depression friend annoying weeb cupcake happiness rainbow sky knife storm massacre apocalypse literature write pen protagonist help friend sky factory massacre storm trapped pen write knife heart arm window mouse depression club literature depression massacre rainbow
Explanation of Output for Sample Input
Below is a list of trigger words for each club member found in the sample poem:
Sayori: ['depression', 'friend'] Natsuki: ['rainbow', 'sky'] Yuri: ['knife', 'storm', 'massacre'] Monika: ['literature', 'write', 'pen']
Two trigger words can be found for both Sayori and Natsuki, and three trigger words for both Yuri and Monika. This means that with Sayori and Natsuki, you will have closeness points each, and with Yuri and Monika, you will have closeness points each. Since , you know that Yuri and Monika will be the output, since they both have the highest closeness points.