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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 ('The Fur Trade Frontier When Louis xiv assumed personal rule of his North American domain, the fur trade needed rebuilding as urgently as the colony on the St. Lawrence needed soldiers and&nbsp;settlers. The trade of Champlain’s day, when the Huron and their allies brought their&nbsp;pelts down to the trading posts on the St. Lawrence, had collapsed in the disaster of&nbsp;the Iroquoian wars, and the growth of agriculture scarcely relieved the need for a&nbsp;trade in furs. As long as farming was no more than a subsistence enterprise, the&nbsp;export of furs continued to be the only way for New France to justify France’s investment in it, for royal efforts to develop timber trades, ship building, and other&nbsp;industries were unsuccessful and largely impractical.\n \nIn 1667 the comprehensive peace newly arranged with the Iroquois seemed mostly to benefit the victorious Native nation. The Five Nations already controlled&nbsp;the supply of pelts to the Hudson River, where the English had ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('The Fur Trade Frontier When Louis xiv assumed personal rule of his North American domain, the fur trade needed rebuilding as urgently as the colony on the St. Lawrence needed soldiers and&nbsp;settlers. The trade of Champlain’s day, when the Huron and their allies brought their&nbsp;pelts down to the trading posts on the St. Lawrence, had collapsed in the disaster of&nbsp;the Iroquoian wars, and the growth of agriculture scarcely relieved the need for a&nbsp;trade in furs. As long as farming was no more than a subsistence enterprise, the&nbsp;export of furs continued to be the only way for New France to justify France’s investment in it, for royal efforts to develop timber trades, ship building, and other&nbsp;industries were unsuccessful and largely impractical.\n \nIn 1667 the comprehensive peace newly arranged with the Iroquois seemed mostly to benefit the victorious Native nation. The Five Nations already controlled&nbsp;the supply of pelts to the Hudson River, where the English had ') AND id != 84138 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-07-19 19:07:20' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5