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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 ('Railroad Shopmen\'s Strike (1922) One of the most important labor conflicts in the 20th century, the Railroad Shopmen’s Strike mobilized more than 400,000 railroad workers nationwide in 1922. The strike&nbsp;lasted into the following year and did not come to an official&nbsp;end until 1928. The shop craft workers struck in response&nbsp;to the decision of the Railroad Labor Board to institute a&nbsp;wage cut in July of 1922, the second in a series of wage cuts,&nbsp;and in opposition to work rule changes on the railroads.&nbsp;The striking workers sought better pay, the reinstatement&nbsp;of overtime pay, and an end to contracting out shop work, a&nbsp;business practice that undercut union labor.\n \nAs Minnesota Union Advocate editor William Mahoney wrote, “the greatest industrial struggle that ever occurred&nbsp;in America” began in countless towns and cities across the&nbsp;United States, wherever railroad labor had a presence, in&nbsp;the summer of 1922. While the railroad operators u') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Railroad Shopmen\'s Strike (1922) One of the most important labor conflicts in the 20th century, the Railroad Shopmen’s Strike mobilized more than 400,000 railroad workers nationwide in 1922. The strike&nbsp;lasted into the following year and did not come to an official&nbsp;end until 1928. The shop craft workers struck in response&nbsp;to the decision of the Railroad Labor Board to institute a&nbsp;wage cut in July of 1922, the second in a series of wage cuts,&nbsp;and in opposition to work rule changes on the railroads.&nbsp;The striking workers sought better pay, the reinstatement&nbsp;of overtime pay, and an end to contracting out shop work, a&nbsp;business practice that undercut union labor.\n \nAs Minnesota Union Advocate editor William Mahoney wrote, “the greatest industrial struggle that ever occurred&nbsp;in America” began in countless towns and cities across the&nbsp;United States, wherever railroad labor had a presence, in&nbsp;the summer of 1922. While the railroad operators u') AND id != 83542 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-10-18 01:53:35' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5