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Error Number: 1114
The Error returned was:
The table '(temporary)' is full
SQL query:

SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Sources Readers should be aware that the sources for Greek cults are lacunose and of widely varying date and reliability; they include the testimony of ancient&nbsp;poets, historians, and scholars; inscriptions; reports of excavated sanctuaries&nbsp;and their contents; and other bits of evidence. Scholars typically reconstruct&nbsp;rituals and festivals by judiciously weighing and combining information&nbsp;from these sources, and this practice has its pitfalls. For example, all scholars&nbsp;of ancient Greek religion are dependent to some degree on the testimony of&nbsp;the antiquary Pausanias, who lived in the second century CE and wrote a&nbsp;voluminous travelogue listing sights “worth seeing” in mainland Greece,&nbsp;with a heavy emphasis on sanctuaries. The accuracy of Pausanias’ eyewitness&nbsp;descriptions has been repeatedly verified by archaeologists, and he is generally&nbsp;considered a reliable guide with respect to the places and objects he himself&nbsp;observed. But whil') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Sources Readers should be aware that the sources for Greek cults are lacunose and of widely varying date and reliability; they include the testimony of ancient&nbsp;poets, historians, and scholars; inscriptions; reports of excavated sanctuaries&nbsp;and their contents; and other bits of evidence. Scholars typically reconstruct&nbsp;rituals and festivals by judiciously weighing and combining information&nbsp;from these sources, and this practice has its pitfalls. For example, all scholars&nbsp;of ancient Greek religion are dependent to some degree on the testimony of&nbsp;the antiquary Pausanias, who lived in the second century CE and wrote a&nbsp;voluminous travelogue listing sights “worth seeing” in mainland Greece,&nbsp;with a heavy emphasis on sanctuaries. The accuracy of Pausanias’ eyewitness&nbsp;descriptions has been repeatedly verified by archaeologists, and he is generally&nbsp;considered a reliable guide with respect to the places and objects he himself&nbsp;observed. But whil') AND id != 54429 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-07-19 14:10:34' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5