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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 ('Soldier and civilian The general question of the nature of social, cultural, and legal relationships between soldiers and civilians is one that has been debated at some length in recent decades&nbsp;(Campbell 1984: 246-63; Alston 1995, 1999; Pollard 1996, 2000). While some&nbsp;scholars have argued for integration, and others for separation, these extremes are&nbsp;more useful as starting points for discussion than as depictions of reality. Undoubtedly both integration and separation coexisted, perhaps in different degrees from&nbsp;province to province and individual to individual, and different kinds of evidence&nbsp;(private letters, official petitions and contracts, upper-class literary commentary on&nbsp;the army) tend to present different perspectives.\n \nParticularly given tendencies to local recruitment, soldiers often lived and worked among the population from which they were drawn, and one might expect to find&nbsp;evidence of continuing social relations between the two groups') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Soldier and civilian The general question of the nature of social, cultural, and legal relationships between soldiers and civilians is one that has been debated at some length in recent decades&nbsp;(Campbell 1984: 246-63; Alston 1995, 1999; Pollard 1996, 2000). While some&nbsp;scholars have argued for integration, and others for separation, these extremes are&nbsp;more useful as starting points for discussion than as depictions of reality. Undoubtedly both integration and separation coexisted, perhaps in different degrees from&nbsp;province to province and individual to individual, and different kinds of evidence&nbsp;(private letters, official petitions and contracts, upper-class literary commentary on&nbsp;the army) tend to present different perspectives.\n \nParticularly given tendencies to local recruitment, soldiers often lived and worked among the population from which they were drawn, and one might expect to find&nbsp;evidence of continuing social relations between the two groups') AND id != 66108 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-03-22 13:19:42' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5