Tom and Jerry are playing a game with tubes and pearls. The rule of the game is:
1) Tom and Jerry come up together with a number K.
2) Tom provides N tubes. Within each tube, there are several pearls. The number of pearls in each tube is at least 1 and at most N.
3) Jerry puts some more pearls into each tube. The number of pearls put into each tube has to be either 0 or a positive multiple of K. After that Jerry organizes these tubes in the order that the first tube has exact one pearl, the 2nd tube has exact 2 pearls, …, the Nth tube has exact N pearls.
4) If Jerry succeeds, he wins the game, otherwise Tom wins.
Write a program to determine who wins the game according to a given N, K and initial number of pearls in each tube. If Tom wins the game, output “Tom”, otherwise, output “Jerry”.
The first line contains an integer M (M<=500), then M games follow. For each game, the first line contains 2 integers, N and K (1 <= N <= 100, 1 <= K <= N), and the second line contains N integers presenting the number of pearls in each tube.
For each game, output a line containing either “Tom” or “Jerry”.