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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('From Skeletons to an Estimate of Population Size Ossuary deposits present special challenges and opportunities to the researcher. By definition, ossuaries contain multiple individuals, frequently commingled&nbsp;and disarticulated. Such samples present challengers&nbsp;in excavation, as well as analysis, especially in sorting&nbsp;out single individuals, developing estimates of the&nbsp;number of individuals represented and evaluation of&nbsp;sex and age at death.\n \nIn some contexts, social factors leading to ossuary burial are at least partially known, providing opportunities to assess key sampling issues important in&nbsp;demographic reconstruction. In the Mid-Atlantic&nbsp;area of the United States and the Great Lakes area&nbsp;of southern Canada, ethnographic information suggests that such ossuaries culminated from social&nbsp;practices in which the Indian groups periodically assembled the remains of their decedents for communal&nbsp;burial. Each ossuary represented a specific peri') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('From Skeletons to an Estimate of Population Size Ossuary deposits present special challenges and opportunities to the researcher. By definition, ossuaries contain multiple individuals, frequently commingled&nbsp;and disarticulated. Such samples present challengers&nbsp;in excavation, as well as analysis, especially in sorting&nbsp;out single individuals, developing estimates of the&nbsp;number of individuals represented and evaluation of&nbsp;sex and age at death.\n \nIn some contexts, social factors leading to ossuary burial are at least partially known, providing opportunities to assess key sampling issues important in&nbsp;demographic reconstruction. In the Mid-Atlantic&nbsp;area of the United States and the Great Lakes area&nbsp;of southern Canada, ethnographic information suggests that such ossuaries culminated from social&nbsp;practices in which the Indian groups periodically assembled the remains of their decedents for communal&nbsp;burial. Each ossuary represented a specific peri') AND id != 88791 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-06 06:38:37' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5