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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 ('Summary The Levant and the Zagros respectively represent the western and eastern Fertile Crescent, and yield evidence for several Epipalaeolithic complexes. Areas to&nbsp;the north, such as Turkey, and to the south, in the&nbsp;Arabian Peninsula, are not yet well known. For historical reasons, the most complete information is&nbsp;from the Levant, and thus the following discussion&nbsp;is based on this region.\n \nFor c. 20 000 years, hunter-gatherers of the Epipa-laeolithic exploited a wide array of wild plant and animal foods. Their subsistence economies entailed&nbsp;frequent movement of campsites and their archaeological signature therefore is somewhat ephemeral.&nbsp;Especially favorable locales, however, often yield evidence of the construction of more substantial hut&nbsp;structures, isolated human burials, or longer periods&nbsp;of residence. It is this background of Epipalaeolithic&nbsp;behaviors set within the context of global climate&nbsp;changes associated with the LGM and l') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Summary The Levant and the Zagros respectively represent the western and eastern Fertile Crescent, and yield evidence for several Epipalaeolithic complexes. Areas to&nbsp;the north, such as Turkey, and to the south, in the&nbsp;Arabian Peninsula, are not yet well known. For historical reasons, the most complete information is&nbsp;from the Levant, and thus the following discussion&nbsp;is based on this region.\n \nFor c. 20 000 years, hunter-gatherers of the Epipa-laeolithic exploited a wide array of wild plant and animal foods. Their subsistence economies entailed&nbsp;frequent movement of campsites and their archaeological signature therefore is somewhat ephemeral.&nbsp;Especially favorable locales, however, often yield evidence of the construction of more substantial hut&nbsp;structures, isolated human burials, or longer periods&nbsp;of residence. It is this background of Epipalaeolithic&nbsp;behaviors set within the context of global climate&nbsp;changes associated with the LGM and l') AND id != 90036 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-16 05:39:21' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5