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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 ('An approach to the study of courts and squares The analysis to follow attempts to draw from the design of squares inferences about their&nbsp;role. This approach is open to objection. People&nbsp;do not always behave as architects and planners would have them. Thus on the planned&nbsp;high-rise estates of the 1960s (AD) spaces envisaged by their architects as friendly, communal,&nbsp;social areas, are today said to be stalked by&nbsp;crime and violence, and shunned by residents.&nbsp;In a similar vein note that important assemblies&nbsp;can gather in any open space, it need not be&nbsp;enclosed by walls or clearly demarcated within&nbsp;a town (though the Homeric agora, as it happens, was quite formalized, see Wees 1992: 29,&nbsp;and agoras of the 8\'*\' century BC have been&nbsp;recognised at Megara Hyblaia and Dreros, see&nbsp;Vallet 1973 and de Polignac 1995: 8-11). In&nbsp;response I would say that here the theme is not&nbsp;the everyday interaction of individuals, but the&nbsp;meeti') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('An approach to the study of courts and squares The analysis to follow attempts to draw from the design of squares inferences about their&nbsp;role. This approach is open to objection. People&nbsp;do not always behave as architects and planners would have them. Thus on the planned&nbsp;high-rise estates of the 1960s (AD) spaces envisaged by their architects as friendly, communal,&nbsp;social areas, are today said to be stalked by&nbsp;crime and violence, and shunned by residents.&nbsp;In a similar vein note that important assemblies&nbsp;can gather in any open space, it need not be&nbsp;enclosed by walls or clearly demarcated within&nbsp;a town (though the Homeric agora, as it happens, was quite formalized, see Wees 1992: 29,&nbsp;and agoras of the 8\'*\' century BC have been&nbsp;recognised at Megara Hyblaia and Dreros, see&nbsp;Vallet 1973 and de Polignac 1995: 8-11). In&nbsp;response I would say that here the theme is not&nbsp;the everyday interaction of individuals, but the&nbsp;meeti') AND id != 66243 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-08-23 12:11:31' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5