The first line of input contains 2 positive integers: m <= 1000, the number of words in the Hay Point dictionary, and n <= 100, the number of job descriptions. m lines follow; each contains a word (a string of up to 16 lower-case letters) and a dollar value (a integer number between 0 and 1,000,000). Following the dictionary are the n job descriptions. Each job description consists of one or more lines of text; for your convenience the text has been converted to lower case and has no characters other than letters, numbers, and spaces. Each job description is terminated by a line containing a period.