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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 ('Initial Sample Preparation Analysis of light fractions follows a standard procedure at each lab in order for data to be comparable. Methods may vary depending on the lab and the&nbsp;samples (samples from Ontario have large quantities&nbsp;of wood charcoal, maize cob fragments, and kernels&nbsp;while samples from China often have only small&nbsp;seeds, but the techniques are all designed for efficiency and accuracy). Seeds vary in size and are mixed&nbsp;with other debris so preparing a sample so that it is&nbsp;easier to view and quantify is important. In the lab,&nbsp;samples are weighed and then passed through a series&nbsp;of nested geological sieves normally of the following&nbsp;mesh sizes: 6.35, 4.00, 2.38, 2.00, 1.41, 1.00, 0.71,&nbsp;0.42, and 0.21 mm. The number of screens can vary&nbsp;depending on the sample size (fewer screens for smaller samples), but this is typical for a 20 g sample. The&nbsp;analyst can microscopically scan particles of roughly&nbsp;the same size makin') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Initial Sample Preparation Analysis of light fractions follows a standard procedure at each lab in order for data to be comparable. Methods may vary depending on the lab and the&nbsp;samples (samples from Ontario have large quantities&nbsp;of wood charcoal, maize cob fragments, and kernels&nbsp;while samples from China often have only small&nbsp;seeds, but the techniques are all designed for efficiency and accuracy). Seeds vary in size and are mixed&nbsp;with other debris so preparing a sample so that it is&nbsp;easier to view and quantify is important. In the lab,&nbsp;samples are weighed and then passed through a series&nbsp;of nested geological sieves normally of the following&nbsp;mesh sizes: 6.35, 4.00, 2.38, 2.00, 1.41, 1.00, 0.71,&nbsp;0.42, and 0.21 mm. The number of screens can vary&nbsp;depending on the sample size (fewer screens for smaller samples), but this is typical for a 20 g sample. The&nbsp;analyst can microscopically scan particles of roughly&nbsp;the same size makin') AND id != 90348 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-13 06:54:32' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5