You are given a matrix having **N** rows and **M** columns. The special property of this matrix is that some of the cells of this matrix are **blocked**

i.e. they cannot be reached. Now you have to start from the cell **(1,1)** and reach the end **(N,M)** provided during the journey you can move horizontally **right** from the current cell or vertically **down** from the current cell.

Can you answer the **number of ways** you can traverse the matrix obeying the above constraints starting from **(1,1)** and ending at **(N,M)**.

Output your answer modulo **10^9+7**.

**Input :**

The first line contains **T**, the number of test cases. Then **T** test cases follow.

Each test case consists of two lines.

The first line contains three integers **N**,**M** and **K** denoting the number of rows, the number of columns and the number of blocked cells in the matrix respectively. The next line contains space separated **2*K** integers denoting the positions of the blocked cells in the form **R1 C1 R2 C2 R3 C3…..RK CK**.

**Output **:

For each test case output the the **number of ways** modulo **10^9+7** in a new line.

**Constraints** :

1<=**T**<=100

1<=**N**<=1000

1<=**M**<=1000

1<=**K**<**N*M**

1<=**Ri**<=**N**

1<=**Ci**<=**M**

It is guaranteed that the cell (1,1) will never be blocked.

**Example**

**Input **

1

3 3 2

1 2 3 2

**Output : **

1

**Explanation :**

For the above test case there is only one path from (1,1) to(3,3) which is

(1,1)->(2,1)->(2,2)->(2,3)->(3,3)

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