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MySQL error in file: /engine/modules/show.full.php at line 1128
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 ('Aztec Society OPPOSITE Aztec soldiers dressed in&nbsp;magnificent uniforms.&nbsp;Eagle warriors, as&nbsp;represented by this statue,&nbsp;were one of the two&nbsp;specially honored classes&nbsp;of Aztec soldiers.\n\nTHE AZTECS HAD VERY DEFINITE IDEAS ABOUT SOCIAL classes. The three social classes—nobility, commoner, and slave—were&nbsp;clearly defined and strictly maintained. The nobility or the upper class of&nbsp;Aztec society was thepipiltin. The commoners were part of the macehu-alli. People were born into their class, and few ever rose above it.\n \nThe social rules for professions were even more rigid. Children of goldsmiths became goldsmiths, farmers’ children were farmers, scribes’&nbsp;sons were scribes, and so on.\n \nAlthough the majority of people had no choice about their lifestyle or career, some highly gifted children did rise above their parents’ status. Young men all trained for the military. A skilled warrior could earn&nbsp;wealth by his brave deeds and could also rise in ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Aztec Society OPPOSITE Aztec soldiers dressed in&nbsp;magnificent uniforms.&nbsp;Eagle warriors, as&nbsp;represented by this statue,&nbsp;were one of the two&nbsp;specially honored classes&nbsp;of Aztec soldiers.\n\nTHE AZTECS HAD VERY DEFINITE IDEAS ABOUT SOCIAL classes. The three social classes—nobility, commoner, and slave—were&nbsp;clearly defined and strictly maintained. The nobility or the upper class of&nbsp;Aztec society was thepipiltin. The commoners were part of the macehu-alli. People were born into their class, and few ever rose above it.\n \nThe social rules for professions were even more rigid. Children of goldsmiths became goldsmiths, farmers’ children were farmers, scribes’&nbsp;sons were scribes, and so on.\n \nAlthough the majority of people had no choice about their lifestyle or career, some highly gifted children did rise above their parents’ status. Young men all trained for the military. A skilled warrior could earn&nbsp;wealth by his brave deeds and could also rise in ') AND id != 55933 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-22 04:10:36' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5