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# Jim and his LAN Party

# Jim and his LAN Party

During the Steam Summer Sale, Jim's friends have purchased games, which are numbered from to . The games are multiplayer. Jim has invited his friends to his basement where they will play by making a LAN-Party.

Each friend has already decided the game he would like to play for the rest of the day. So there will be a group of friends who will play the same game together.

But then, they face a problem: Currently, none of the friends' PCs are connected. So they have to be connected using the available wires. Jim decides to connect friends and with the ^{th} wire one by one. So he starts with wire 1, then with wire 2 and so on.

A group can start playing their game, only if all the members are connected (if not directly, then there must exist a path connecting them). They want to start playing as soon as possible.

For each game, find out the wire after adding which the group can start playing. It is also possible that a group will never get connected. In such a case, this group starts crying and you should display `-1`

.

**Input Format**

On the first line there will be , and each separated by a single space. On the second line we will give you integers separated by a single space: The -th integer denotes the game friend wants to play (all between and ). The next lines will denote wires: i^{th} line denotes i^{th} wire and is denoted by and pairs each separated by a single space.

**Constraints**

For each game , the number of players playing will be positive.

**Note**
Each game is chosen by at least one player. If a group consists of only one member, then print `0`

, since this lucky (?) lone player can start right away!

**Output Format**

Print on the ^{th} line the answer for the ^{th} game.

**Sample Input**

```
5 2 4
1 2 2 2 1
1 2
2 3
1 5
4 5
```

**Sample Output**

```
3
4
```

**Explanation**

The group with the game 1 can play after the 3^{rd} wire is added. The group with game 2 can play only after the 4^{th} wire has been added because after adding the 4^{th} wire, a path between (2,3) (3,4) and (2,4) gets created.