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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 ('New York City In 1626 the Dutch West India Company’s director, Peter Minuit, “purchased” Manhattan from local Indians in&nbsp;exchange for 60 guilders worth of European goods. He&nbsp;named the new settlement New Amsterdam. In the first&nbsp;year New Amsterdam was a small settlement on the southern tip of Manhattan with 270 inhabitants, 30 houses, a&nbsp;mill, and a countinghouse.\n \nTen years later New Amsterdam had hardly expanded in size or population, but its inhabitants had become&nbsp;remarkably diverse. The mayor claimed that 18 different&nbsp;languages were spoken in the city. Most of the inhabitants were men working for the Dutch West India&nbsp;Company, which had financed the settlement and owned&nbsp;most of the property.\n \nIn 1626 the company bought 11 male slaves and three more in 1628. Initially, slaves had many of the same legal,&nbsp;military, and religious privileges as whites, although miscegenation was later forbidden. In 1644, when some of&nbsp;the first slaves petit') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('New York City In 1626 the Dutch West India Company’s director, Peter Minuit, “purchased” Manhattan from local Indians in&nbsp;exchange for 60 guilders worth of European goods. He&nbsp;named the new settlement New Amsterdam. In the first&nbsp;year New Amsterdam was a small settlement on the southern tip of Manhattan with 270 inhabitants, 30 houses, a&nbsp;mill, and a countinghouse.\n \nTen years later New Amsterdam had hardly expanded in size or population, but its inhabitants had become&nbsp;remarkably diverse. The mayor claimed that 18 different&nbsp;languages were spoken in the city. Most of the inhabitants were men working for the Dutch West India&nbsp;Company, which had financed the settlement and owned&nbsp;most of the property.\n \nIn 1626 the company bought 11 male slaves and three more in 1628. Initially, slaves had many of the same legal,&nbsp;military, and religious privileges as whites, although miscegenation was later forbidden. In 1644, when some of&nbsp;the first slaves petit') AND id != 80375 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-21 21:09:45' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5