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Error Number: 1114
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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 ('Prerequisites for Successful Tree-Ring Dating Four conditions must be fulfilled before dendrochronology may be developed and applied in archaeological research. The first condition is that the tree species under analysis produce only one growth ring&nbsp;per calendar year. Unfortunately, nature is not always&nbsp;so neat. During particularly stressful years, trees that&nbsp;usually produce one growth ring per year may actually fail to produce a growth ring, in which case den-drochronologists will note a \'missing ring’ (or ‘locally&nbsp;absent ring’) in its tree-ring sequence (Figure 2). Some&nbsp;species, such as pinyon (Pinus edulis), may present&nbsp;many missing rings in any given sequence and therefore must be crossdated with extreme care. If missing&nbsp;rings are not properly identified through crossdating,&nbsp;the dendrochronologist may assign a tree-ring date to&nbsp;the last growth ring on the specimen that is ‘too old’&nbsp;on the common-era calendar.\n \nUnder other stressful') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Prerequisites for Successful Tree-Ring Dating Four conditions must be fulfilled before dendrochronology may be developed and applied in archaeological research. The first condition is that the tree species under analysis produce only one growth ring&nbsp;per calendar year. Unfortunately, nature is not always&nbsp;so neat. During particularly stressful years, trees that&nbsp;usually produce one growth ring per year may actually fail to produce a growth ring, in which case den-drochronologists will note a \'missing ring’ (or ‘locally&nbsp;absent ring’) in its tree-ring sequence (Figure 2). Some&nbsp;species, such as pinyon (Pinus edulis), may present&nbsp;many missing rings in any given sequence and therefore must be crossdated with extreme care. If missing&nbsp;rings are not properly identified through crossdating,&nbsp;the dendrochronologist may assign a tree-ring date to&nbsp;the last growth ring on the specimen that is ‘too old’&nbsp;on the common-era calendar.\n \nUnder other stressful') AND id != 89037 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-16 05:02:53' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5