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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Introduction Some of our most vivid glimpses into past lives are provided by archaeological sites and bodies that have&nbsp;been preserved through freezing. It is difficult to&nbsp;imagine coming closer to actually meeting people&nbsp;from the past than looking into remarkably well-preserved faces - the face of a man who lived in the&nbsp;Alps 5000 years ago, or the face of a teenaged girl&nbsp;who was a human sacrifice in the Andes 500 years&nbsp;ago, or the faces of sailors who perished 150 years&nbsp;ago during a doomed expedition seeking Canada’s&nbsp;Northwest Passage. In addition to bodies, freezing&nbsp;can also preserve a wide range of other materials&nbsp;that would not survive under most other archaeological conditions, especially organic materials. For these&nbsp;reasons, frozen sites and bodies are of immense&nbsp;archaeological interest.\n \nIn many environments outside the tropics, it is common for items to become frozen during the cold&nbsp;months of the winter. However, e') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Introduction Some of our most vivid glimpses into past lives are provided by archaeological sites and bodies that have&nbsp;been preserved through freezing. It is difficult to&nbsp;imagine coming closer to actually meeting people&nbsp;from the past than looking into remarkably well-preserved faces - the face of a man who lived in the&nbsp;Alps 5000 years ago, or the face of a teenaged girl&nbsp;who was a human sacrifice in the Andes 500 years&nbsp;ago, or the faces of sailors who perished 150 years&nbsp;ago during a doomed expedition seeking Canada’s&nbsp;Northwest Passage. In addition to bodies, freezing&nbsp;can also preserve a wide range of other materials&nbsp;that would not survive under most other archaeological conditions, especially organic materials. For these&nbsp;reasons, frozen sites and bodies are of immense&nbsp;archaeological interest.\n \nIn many environments outside the tropics, it is common for items to become frozen during the cold&nbsp;months of the winter. However, e') AND id != 89742 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-10-18 01:59:17' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5