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Goal

Goal : count the number of persons matching some formulas.

Input :
- The properties of the persons (e.g. Age, Gender).
- A list of persons. Each one is identified by a name and its space-separated properties (e.g. John 25 London).
- A list of formulas. Each formula is a combination of properties, and is used to filter the matching persons (e.g. Town=Paris AND Gender=Male)

Output :
For each formula, filter the matching persons and print their count.

Example : Gender=Male AND Age=25 AND Town=Berlin. The expected output is the number of 25yo men living in Berlin.

Note : each formula has a variable number of properties.
Input
First Line : number P of properties.
P next lines : the name of each property (ex : Gender, Age, Town).
Next line : number N of persons.
N next lines : one person per line, with a name followed by the properties (ex : Jean Male 25 Paris).
Next line : number F of formulas.
F next lines : one formula per line, following this syntax : propertyX=valueA AND propertyY=valueB ...
Output
F lines (one for each formula) : print the number of persons matching this formula.
Constraints
1P10
1N1000
1F300
Example
Input
```1
Gender
5
Leo Male
Samuel Male
Maya Female
Diane Female
Mael Male
1
Gender=Female
```
Output
`2`

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