Problem J

A matrix is a rectangular table of letters. A square matrix is a matrix with an equal number of rows and columns. A square matrix $M$ is called symmetric if its letters are symmetric with respect to the main diagonal ($M_{ij} = M_{ji}$ for all pairs of $i$ and $j$).

The following figure shows two symmetric matrices and two which are not symmetric:

    AAB    AAA    ABCD    AAB
    ACC    ABA    ABCD    ACA
    BCC    AAA    ABCD    DAA
Figure 1: Two symmetric and two non-symmetric matrices.

Given a collection of available letters, you are to output a subset of columns in the lexicographically smallest symmetric matrix which can be composed using all the letters. If no such matrix exists, output “IMPOSSIBLE”.

To determine if matrix $A$ is lexicographically smaller than matrix $B$, consider their elements in row-major order (as if you concatenated all rows to form a long string). If the first element in which the matrices differ is smaller in $A$, then $A$ is lexicographically smaller than $B$.


The first line of input contains two integers $N$ $(1 \leq N \leq 30\, 000)$ and $K$ $(1 \leq K \leq 26)$. $N$ is the dimension of the matrix, while $K$ is the number of distinct letters that will appear.

Each of the following $K$ lines contains an uppercase letter and a positive integer, separated by a space. The integer denotes how many corresponding letters are to be used. For example, if a line says “A 3”, then the letter $A$ must appear three times in the output matrix.

The total number of letters will be exactly $N^2$. No letter will appear more than once in the input. The next line contains an integer $P$ $(1 \leq P \leq 50)$, the number of columns that must be output. The last line contains $P$ integers, the indices of columns that must be output. The indices will be between 1 and $N$ inclusive, given in increasing order and without duplicates.


If it is possible to compose a symmetric matrix from the given collection of letters, output the required columns on $N$ lines, each containing $P$ character, without spaces. Otherwise, output “IMPOSSIBLE” (quotes for clarity).

Sample Input 1 Sample Output 1
3 3
A 3
B 2
C 4
1 2 3
Sample Input 2 Sample Output 2
4 4
A 4
B 4
C 4
D 4
1 2 3 4
Sample Input 3 Sample Output 3
4 5
E 4
A 3
B 3
C 3
D 3
2 4
Sample Input 4 Sample Output 4
4 6
F 1
E 3
A 3
B 3
C 3
D 3
1 2 3 4

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