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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 ('From Potsherds to Historic Exchange Systems: Linking the Prehistoric Record&nbsp;to the Present Among the most interesting features of ethnographically studied societies in Melanesia are its extensive exchange systems, often involving dozens of communities speaking a variety of mutually unintelligible&nbsp;languages. The most famous of these systems is the&nbsp;Kula ring of the Massim district described by Malinowski, but anthropologists have described other&nbsp;networks including the Hiri trade between Port&nbsp;Moresby and the Papuan Gulf, the exchange system&nbsp;across the Vitiaz Strait that linked communities from&nbsp;Lae to Madang and west New Britain, the islands in&nbsp;Geelvinck Bay, and the extensive network along&nbsp;the Sepik Coast. All of these networks involved&nbsp;exchanges of pottery, shell rings and other ornaments,&nbsp;and a variety of other crafts, raw materials, and foodstuffs. Although pottery, shell ornaments, obsidian,&nbsp;chert, and jade preserve well in a') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('From Potsherds to Historic Exchange Systems: Linking the Prehistoric Record&nbsp;to the Present Among the most interesting features of ethnographically studied societies in Melanesia are its extensive exchange systems, often involving dozens of communities speaking a variety of mutually unintelligible&nbsp;languages. The most famous of these systems is the&nbsp;Kula ring of the Massim district described by Malinowski, but anthropologists have described other&nbsp;networks including the Hiri trade between Port&nbsp;Moresby and the Papuan Gulf, the exchange system&nbsp;across the Vitiaz Strait that linked communities from&nbsp;Lae to Madang and west New Britain, the islands in&nbsp;Geelvinck Bay, and the extensive network along&nbsp;the Sepik Coast. All of these networks involved&nbsp;exchanges of pottery, shell rings and other ornaments,&nbsp;and a variety of other crafts, raw materials, and foodstuffs. Although pottery, shell ornaments, obsidian,&nbsp;chert, and jade preserve well in a') AND id != 89415 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-10-18 00:48:45' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5