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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 ('INGALIK The Ingalik, a people living along the upper Kuskokwim River and the lower Yukon River, plus its tributaries the&nbsp;Anvik and Innoko, in the interior of present-day Alaska,&nbsp;were the westernmost of the Athapascan-speaking peoples.&nbsp;To their west and north were the INUIT, who gave the Inga-lik the tribal name that has survived history, pronounced&nbsp;ING-guh-lick. Fellow ATHAPASCANS—the KOYUKON and&nbsp;TANAINA—lived to their east and south. These and other&nbsp;Athapascans of Alaska and northwestern Canada are classified as part of the Subarctic Culture Area.\n \nSUBARCTIC INDIANS were organized around villages or bands of extended families. The Ingalik had winter and&nbsp;summer villages along the rivers in their territory. Semisubterranean sod houses similar to those built by the western&nbsp;Inuit served as winter dwellings. Summer dwellings&nbsp;included houses of spruce planks or bark or cottonwood&nbsp;logs and temporary brush shelters. Each winter village typica') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('INGALIK The Ingalik, a people living along the upper Kuskokwim River and the lower Yukon River, plus its tributaries the&nbsp;Anvik and Innoko, in the interior of present-day Alaska,&nbsp;were the westernmost of the Athapascan-speaking peoples.&nbsp;To their west and north were the INUIT, who gave the Inga-lik the tribal name that has survived history, pronounced&nbsp;ING-guh-lick. Fellow ATHAPASCANS—the KOYUKON and&nbsp;TANAINA—lived to their east and south. These and other&nbsp;Athapascans of Alaska and northwestern Canada are classified as part of the Subarctic Culture Area.\n \nSUBARCTIC INDIANS were organized around villages or bands of extended families. The Ingalik had winter and&nbsp;summer villages along the rivers in their territory. Semisubterranean sod houses similar to those built by the western&nbsp;Inuit served as winter dwellings. Summer dwellings&nbsp;included houses of spruce planks or bark or cottonwood&nbsp;logs and temporary brush shelters. Each winter village typica') AND id != 80311 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-05-20 10:27:27' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5