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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 ('Letters Some of the most important facts about political events and everyday life in ancient&nbsp;Mesopotamia have come from the contents&nbsp;of surviving letters. Unlike modern versions, these were not written on paper.&nbsp;Rather, the words were carved onto baked&nbsp;clay tablets, which explains why so many&nbsp;of them remain intact; if they had been&nbsp;written on paper they would have disintegrated long ago. The bulky clay letters were&nbsp;often placed within “envelopes,” essentially&nbsp;carrying cases also made of baked clay,&nbsp;and delivered by servants or messengers.&nbsp;For the most part, letters were composed&nbsp;by scribes for kings, government officials,&nbsp;and members of the nobility. Most average&nbsp;people could not read and therefore had&nbsp;no use for letters, although there were&nbsp;undoubtedly occasional exceptions.\n \nThe setup of ancient Mesopotamian letters followed a standard, accepted&nbsp;formula, just as modern letters do. Today&nbsp;a typical le') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Letters Some of the most important facts about political events and everyday life in ancient&nbsp;Mesopotamia have come from the contents&nbsp;of surviving letters. Unlike modern versions, these were not written on paper.&nbsp;Rather, the words were carved onto baked&nbsp;clay tablets, which explains why so many&nbsp;of them remain intact; if they had been&nbsp;written on paper they would have disintegrated long ago. The bulky clay letters were&nbsp;often placed within “envelopes,” essentially&nbsp;carrying cases also made of baked clay,&nbsp;and delivered by servants or messengers.&nbsp;For the most part, letters were composed&nbsp;by scribes for kings, government officials,&nbsp;and members of the nobility. Most average&nbsp;people could not read and therefore had&nbsp;no use for letters, although there were&nbsp;undoubtedly occasional exceptions.\n \nThe setup of ancient Mesopotamian letters followed a standard, accepted&nbsp;formula, just as modern letters do. Today&nbsp;a typical le') AND id != 66687 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-08-23 01:19:07' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5