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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 ('Exhibition Perspectives: Spectacle and Dirt Two theoretical approaches predominate in modern readings of exceptional bodies; both underscore the exclusionary—or disciplinary— aspects of display. First, Mary Russo’s comments on the relationship&nbsp;between spectacle and gender in The Female Grotesque emphasize the&nbsp;cultural processes activated by the female body out of bounds:\n \nThere is a phrase that still resonates from childhood. . . . It is a harsh, matronizing phrase, and it is directed toward the behavior of other women:&nbsp;“She [the other woman] is making a spectacle out of herself.”\n \nMaking a spectacle out of oneself seemed a specifically feminine danger. The danger was of an exposure. . . . For a woman, making a spectacle out of herself had. . . to do with a kind of inadvertency and loss of&nbsp;boundaries: the possessors of large, aging, and dimpled thighs displayed at&nbsp;the public beach, of overly rouged cheeks, of a voice shrill in laughter, or&nbsp;of a sliding b') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Exhibition Perspectives: Spectacle and Dirt Two theoretical approaches predominate in modern readings of exceptional bodies; both underscore the exclusionary—or disciplinary— aspects of display. First, Mary Russo’s comments on the relationship&nbsp;between spectacle and gender in The Female Grotesque emphasize the&nbsp;cultural processes activated by the female body out of bounds:\n \nThere is a phrase that still resonates from childhood. . . . It is a harsh, matronizing phrase, and it is directed toward the behavior of other women:&nbsp;“She [the other woman] is making a spectacle out of herself.”\n \nMaking a spectacle out of oneself seemed a specifically feminine danger. The danger was of an exposure. . . . For a woman, making a spectacle out of herself had. . . to do with a kind of inadvertency and loss of&nbsp;boundaries: the possessors of large, aging, and dimpled thighs displayed at&nbsp;the public beach, of overly rouged cheeks, of a voice shrill in laughter, or&nbsp;of a sliding b') AND id != 27244 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-07-19 18:25:41' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5