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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 ('Pre-Twentieth Century Use of Evolutionary Theory in Anthropology Until the mid-nineteenth century, the worldwide archaeological sequence remained extremely unclear, and until the advent of radiometric dating in the midtwentieth century the length of the sequence was&nbsp;consistently underestimated. This did not prevent&nbsp;Europeans of the sixteenth and seventeenth century,&nbsp;in contact with less politically complex societies in the&nbsp;Americas and Africa, from using these societies as&nbsp;models for ancient societies around the world. Evolutionary concepts were much ‘in the air’ by the early&nbsp;1800s, and in the 1850s, Herbert Spencer applied&nbsp;evolutionary ideas to what he believed to be the&nbsp;sequence of development of human societies around&nbsp;the world. For Spencer, evolution was a universal&nbsp;concept applicable to the development of complexity&nbsp;in the physical, biological, and social realms; as he&nbsp;used it in regard to society, it seems to have been&n') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Pre-Twentieth Century Use of Evolutionary Theory in Anthropology Until the mid-nineteenth century, the worldwide archaeological sequence remained extremely unclear, and until the advent of radiometric dating in the midtwentieth century the length of the sequence was&nbsp;consistently underestimated. This did not prevent&nbsp;Europeans of the sixteenth and seventeenth century,&nbsp;in contact with less politically complex societies in the&nbsp;Americas and Africa, from using these societies as&nbsp;models for ancient societies around the world. Evolutionary concepts were much ‘in the air’ by the early&nbsp;1800s, and in the 1850s, Herbert Spencer applied&nbsp;evolutionary ideas to what he believed to be the&nbsp;sequence of development of human societies around&nbsp;the world. For Spencer, evolution was a universal&nbsp;concept applicable to the development of complexity&nbsp;in the physical, biological, and social realms; as he&nbsp;used it in regard to society, it seems to have been&n') AND id != 89797 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-07-15 21:00:43' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5