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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 ('Changes in Patterns of Health and Disease with Agriculture Reconstructing Health from Osteological Indicators\n \nA number of skeletal indicators are used by bioarchaeologists to reconstruct patterns of health and disease associated with agricultural transitions. These include linear enamel hypoplasia, porotic hyperosto-sis/cribra orbitalia, periosteal lesions, juvenile and&nbsp;adult stature, and mortality patterns. Linear enamel&nbsp;hypoplasia refers to depressed bands that form in&nbsp;tooth enamel when childhood growth is disrupted&nbsp;by nutritional insufficiency, infectious disease, or&nbsp;other significant stressors that interrupt the metabolic&nbsp;process (Figure 3). These dental markers serve as a&nbsp;general indicator of health during infancy and childhood. Porotic hyperostosis refers to porous lesions of&nbsp;the cranial vault and eye orbits (cribra orbitalia) that&nbsp;form in response to iron deficiency anemia, although&nbsp;in recent years palaeopathological research h') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Changes in Patterns of Health and Disease with Agriculture Reconstructing Health from Osteological Indicators\n \nA number of skeletal indicators are used by bioarchaeologists to reconstruct patterns of health and disease associated with agricultural transitions. These include linear enamel hypoplasia, porotic hyperosto-sis/cribra orbitalia, periosteal lesions, juvenile and&nbsp;adult stature, and mortality patterns. Linear enamel&nbsp;hypoplasia refers to depressed bands that form in&nbsp;tooth enamel when childhood growth is disrupted&nbsp;by nutritional insufficiency, infectious disease, or&nbsp;other significant stressors that interrupt the metabolic&nbsp;process (Figure 3). These dental markers serve as a&nbsp;general indicator of health during infancy and childhood. Porotic hyperostosis refers to porous lesions of&nbsp;the cranial vault and eye orbits (cribra orbitalia) that&nbsp;form in response to iron deficiency anemia, although&nbsp;in recent years palaeopathological research h') AND id != 90113 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-09 03:48:14' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5