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SQL query:

SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Technology The toolkits possessed by Pleistocene hunter-gatherers in Australia were, in relative terms, very simple (see Hunter-Gatherers, Ancient). Formal&nbsp;tools were few but included waisted stone hatchets&nbsp;(ground edge axes) from the Huon Peninsula in New&nbsp;Guinea at c. 40 ka, stone hatchets from Northern&nbsp;Australia in deposits dating to over 30 ka, and bone&nbsp;points from Devil’s Lair dating to nearly 30 ka. In&nbsp;general, artifact manufacture was effectively determined by both raw material type and flaking quality.&nbsp;Pleistocene assemblages were initially classified as the&nbsp;Core Tool and Scraper Tradition with the Small Tool&nbsp;Tradition attributed to later Holocene assemblages.&nbsp;These labels have now been discarded as regional&nbsp;variations in assemblages have become apparent and&nbsp;it has been established that flaked stone artifact&nbsp;assemblages can be more productively evaluated on&nbsp;the basis of the continuum of a reduction sequence&nb') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Technology The toolkits possessed by Pleistocene hunter-gatherers in Australia were, in relative terms, very simple (see Hunter-Gatherers, Ancient). Formal&nbsp;tools were few but included waisted stone hatchets&nbsp;(ground edge axes) from the Huon Peninsula in New&nbsp;Guinea at c. 40 ka, stone hatchets from Northern&nbsp;Australia in deposits dating to over 30 ka, and bone&nbsp;points from Devil’s Lair dating to nearly 30 ka. In&nbsp;general, artifact manufacture was effectively determined by both raw material type and flaking quality.&nbsp;Pleistocene assemblages were initially classified as the&nbsp;Core Tool and Scraper Tradition with the Small Tool&nbsp;Tradition attributed to later Holocene assemblages.&nbsp;These labels have now been discarded as regional&nbsp;variations in assemblages have become apparent and&nbsp;it has been established that flaked stone artifact&nbsp;assemblages can be more productively evaluated on&nbsp;the basis of the continuum of a reduction sequence&nb') AND id != 89163 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-06 07:38:32' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5