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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 ('The First Agro-Pastoral Perspectives Obsidian is formed when silica-rich magma from a volcano or a volcanic vent cools quickly—as perhaps under water—so that little or no crystallization occurs. It appears as&nbsp;blobs of shiny, black glass. The name originates from the Greek word opsi (“appearance”),&nbsp;possibly because it was used in the eyes of figurines, which were viewed as symbolical mirrors of&nbsp;the world. Ancient sources also referred to obsidian’s medico-magical use to cure eye diseases or&nbsp;enable the seer to gaze into the future; others were convinced that it brought luck to sea travelers1&nbsp;(Figures 8.1 and 8.2).\n \nFigure 8.1: West Asia early cities, 9000-5000 bce. Source: Florence Guiraud\n\n \nFigure 8.2: Obsidian outcrop, California, USA. Source: Beej&nbsp;Jorgensen\n\nObsidian can be compared to jade in China, since both stones were held to have magical properties, but obsidian had a secondary feature, namely that with careful preparation and&nbsp;chipping it pro') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('The First Agro-Pastoral Perspectives Obsidian is formed when silica-rich magma from a volcano or a volcanic vent cools quickly—as perhaps under water—so that little or no crystallization occurs. It appears as&nbsp;blobs of shiny, black glass. The name originates from the Greek word opsi (“appearance”),&nbsp;possibly because it was used in the eyes of figurines, which were viewed as symbolical mirrors of&nbsp;the world. Ancient sources also referred to obsidian’s medico-magical use to cure eye diseases or&nbsp;enable the seer to gaze into the future; others were convinced that it brought luck to sea travelers1&nbsp;(Figures 8.1 and 8.2).\n \nFigure 8.1: West Asia early cities, 9000-5000 bce. Source: Florence Guiraud\n\n \nFigure 8.2: Obsidian outcrop, California, USA. Source: Beej&nbsp;Jorgensen\n\nObsidian can be compared to jade in China, since both stones were held to have magical properties, but obsidian had a secondary feature, namely that with careful preparation and&nbsp;chipping it pro') AND id != 90508 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-10-15 00:55:00' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5