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Error Number: 1114
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The table '(temporary)' is full
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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Indus Valley Tradition Originally considered to be a distinct and abrupt phenomenon, the intensive urbanization of the Indus&nbsp;Valley, often referred to as the Indus or Harappan&nbsp;Civilization, is now considered to be the culmination&nbsp;of a number of indigenous regional traditions and&nbsp;cultural developments (see Asia, South: Indus Civilization). This developmental period, referred to as ‘the\n \nFigure 8 General view of the Swat Valley during the winter months.\n\nRegionalization Era’ by Shaffer, stretched as far north as the valleys of our study region.\n \nOne of these regional traditions, the Hakra, is dated to between 3300 and 2700 BCE and is located&nbsp;primarily in the Ghaggar-Hakra river basin. However, the discovery of Hakra-ware ceramics in the&nbsp;cave of Ghaligai in Swat suggests that there was a&nbsp;high degree of inter-regional trade and exchange&nbsp;present at this period. Furthermore, the presence of&nbsp;later Kot Dijian ceramics at Burzahom and sites within ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Indus Valley Tradition Originally considered to be a distinct and abrupt phenomenon, the intensive urbanization of the Indus&nbsp;Valley, often referred to as the Indus or Harappan&nbsp;Civilization, is now considered to be the culmination&nbsp;of a number of indigenous regional traditions and&nbsp;cultural developments (see Asia, South: Indus Civilization). This developmental period, referred to as ‘the\n \nFigure 8 General view of the Swat Valley during the winter months.\n\nRegionalization Era’ by Shaffer, stretched as far north as the valleys of our study region.\n \nOne of these regional traditions, the Hakra, is dated to between 3300 and 2700 BCE and is located&nbsp;primarily in the Ghaggar-Hakra river basin. However, the discovery of Hakra-ware ceramics in the&nbsp;cave of Ghaligai in Swat suggests that there was a&nbsp;high degree of inter-regional trade and exchange&nbsp;present at this period. Furthermore, the presence of&nbsp;later Kot Dijian ceramics at Burzahom and sites within ') AND id != 89456 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-09 04:47:07' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5