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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 ('Ducks in the Prehistoric Period The earliest work on bird bones from archaeological sites was carried out in the mid-nineteenth century at&nbsp;shell mounds in Jutland, Denmark (Steenstrup 1855).&nbsp;Little attention, however, was given to the identification of bird bones from archaeological sites in the&nbsp;Northern Hemisphere until the 1980s, and scant&nbsp;research has been undertaken on the taphonomy of&nbsp;bird bones (Ericson 1987; Livingston 1989). Another&nbsp;problem is that morphological differences between&nbsp;similar bones of different taxa of the Anatidae are not&nbsp;always distinct and clear-cut. Measurements of bones&nbsp;can help to separate them, but frequently no specific&nbsp;identification can be made, especially if the material is&nbsp;fragmentary. Nevertheless, attempts at distinguishing&nbsp;wild and domestic mallard bones have been made,&nbsp;although there are also zooarchaeological problems in&nbsp;such an undertaking. Anatomical differences that may&nbsp;') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Ducks in the Prehistoric Period The earliest work on bird bones from archaeological sites was carried out in the mid-nineteenth century at&nbsp;shell mounds in Jutland, Denmark (Steenstrup 1855).&nbsp;Little attention, however, was given to the identification of bird bones from archaeological sites in the&nbsp;Northern Hemisphere until the 1980s, and scant&nbsp;research has been undertaken on the taphonomy of&nbsp;bird bones (Ericson 1987; Livingston 1989). Another&nbsp;problem is that morphological differences between&nbsp;similar bones of different taxa of the Anatidae are not&nbsp;always distinct and clear-cut. Measurements of bones&nbsp;can help to separate them, but frequently no specific&nbsp;identification can be made, especially if the material is&nbsp;fragmentary. Nevertheless, attempts at distinguishing&nbsp;wild and domestic mallard bones have been made,&nbsp;although there are also zooarchaeological problems in&nbsp;such an undertaking. Anatomical differences that may&nbsp;') AND id != 66978 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-03-22 13:02:24' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5