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Problem Statement

A balance scale tips to the left if $L>R$, where $L$ is the total weight of the masses on the left pan and $R$ is the total weight of the masses on the right pan. Similarly, it balances if $L=R$, and tips to the right if $L<R$.

Takahashi placed a mass of weight $A$ and a mass of weight $B$ on the left pan of a balance scale, and placed a mass of weight $C$ and a mass of weight $D$ on the right pan.

Print Left if the balance scale tips to the left; print Balanced if it balances; print Right if it tips to the right.

Constraints

• $1\leq A,B,C,D \leq 10$
• All input values are integers.

Input

Input is given from Standard Input in the following format:

$A$ $B$ $C$ $D$


Output

Print Left if the balance scale tips to the left; print Balanced if it balances; print Right if it tips to the right.

Sample Input 1

3 8 7 1


Sample Output 1

Left


The total weight of the masses on the left pan is $11$, and the total weight of the masses on the right pan is $8$. Since $11>8$, we should print Left.

Sample Input 2

3 4 5 2


Sample Output 2

Balanced


The total weight of the masses on the left pan is $7$, and the total weight of the masses on the right pan is $7$. Since $7=7$, we should print Balanced.

Sample Input 3

1 7 6 4


Sample Output 3

Right


The total weight of the masses on the left pan is $8$, and the total weight of the masses on the right pan is $10$. Since $8<10$, we should print Right.