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It is a well-known fact that if you mix up the letters of a word, while leaving the first and last letters in their places, words still remain readable. For example, the sentence “tihs snetncee mkaes prfecet sesne”, makes perfect sense to most people.
If you remove all spaces from a sentence, it still remains perfectly readable, see for example: “thissentencemakesperfectsense”, however if you combine these two things, first shuffling, then removing spaces, things get hard. The following sentence is harder to decipher: “tihssnetnceemkaesprfecetsesne”.
You’re given a sentence in the last form, together with a dictionary of valid words and are asked to decipher the text.
On the first line one positive number: the number of testcases, at most 100. After that per testcase:
One line with a string s: the sentence to decipher. The sentence consists of lowercase letters and has a length of at least 1 and at most
One line with an integer n with 1 ≤ n ≤
n lines with one word each. A word consists of lowercase letters and has a length of at least 1 and at most 100 characters. All the words are unique.
3 tihssnetnceemkaesprfecetsesne 5 makes perfect sense sentence this hitehre 2 there hello hitehre 3 hi there three
this sentence makes perfect sense impossible ambiguous