MySQL Error!
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 ('Onography Veret is depicted with pendulous breasts and the Hen belly of a pregnant woman. The goddess&nbsp;\'-..ally wears a female wig which may be sur-::nted with a feathered headdress, a modius, or\n \nW\'ith horns and solar disk. She is usually shown with her mouth open or her lips pulled back to&nbsp;reveal rows of teeth in a grimace which perhaps&nbsp;emphasizes her protective function. The main&nbsp;attributes of the goddess are the sa symbol of protection, the ankh symbol of life, and the torch, the&nbsp;flame of which was intended both to dispel darkness and to expel inimical forces. Usually the sa&nbsp;symbol is the largest of these attributes and is&nbsp;placed on the ground before the goddess who rests&nbsp;one or both paws upon it. Variants of Taweret&nbsp;include forms of the goddess with the head of a cat&nbsp;or the head of a human woman, as seen in a carved&nbsp;wooden unguent jar in the form of Taweret (or Ipet)&nbsp;but with the features of Queen Tiye. A small&nbsp;faien') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Onography Veret is depicted with pendulous breasts and the Hen belly of a pregnant woman. The goddess&nbsp;\'-..ally wears a female wig which may be sur-::nted with a feathered headdress, a modius, or\n \nW\'ith horns and solar disk. She is usually shown with her mouth open or her lips pulled back to&nbsp;reveal rows of teeth in a grimace which perhaps&nbsp;emphasizes her protective function. The main&nbsp;attributes of the goddess are the sa symbol of protection, the ankh symbol of life, and the torch, the&nbsp;flame of which was intended both to dispel darkness and to expel inimical forces. Usually the sa&nbsp;symbol is the largest of these attributes and is&nbsp;placed on the ground before the goddess who rests&nbsp;one or both paws upon it. Variants of Taweret&nbsp;include forms of the goddess with the head of a cat&nbsp;or the head of a human woman, as seen in a carved&nbsp;wooden unguent jar in the form of Taweret (or Ipet)&nbsp;but with the features of Queen Tiye. A small&nbsp;faien') AND id != 67857 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-08-23 00:01:38' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5