## IPSC 2006

## Problem R – Medical Research

Professor Moriarty decided to do a new research. He and his
team have chosen a school with many students and they intended to
perform some biometric measurements on a random sample chosen
from students of that school. The director assembled all the
students in one line on the school football ground, sorted from
the shortest to the tallest student. Professor Moriarty drew out
of his bag a book titled "The Large All Purpose Random
Number Table" and read a few first numbers **R**_{1}, R_{2}, ... ,R_{k}.
He asked students standing on the **R**_{1}-th, **R**_{2}-th,
..., **R**_{k}-th places from the left to come. The first
thing, that the Professor wanted to know, was the height of each
of the students.

### Problem specification

In those days, they had no computers. Nowadays, all student's
data are stored in a computer. It is an easy task to extract
students' heights from a school database. The only problem is
that the heights are not sorted and the database may be very
large. Your task is to write a program that reads all heights of
the students, random numbers selected by the Professor and
outputs heights of selected students.

### Input specification

Input file consists of several test cases. First line of the
file contains a single integer **N** - the number of test
cases. The case descriptions follow. Each case description
consists of two lines. First line contains several positive
integers, representing heights of students in centimeters,
consecutive numbers separated by single space. The line is ended
by a single number 0. None of the students is more than 2 meters
tall. Second line also consists of positive integers, separated
by single spaces and ending with a 0. It contains Professor's
random numbers **R**_{1}, ..., R_{k}. None of them is larger than
the total number of students.

### Output specification

Output file contains a single line for each test case. This
line contains several numbers separated by single space. For each
random number **R**_{i} it contains height of the **R**_{i}-th
shortest student.

### Example

**Input:**
2
180 152 191 160 99 160 175 0
3 7 1 5 0
119 108 114 101 113 116 0
2 6 0

**Output:**
160 191 99 175
108 119