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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 ('Sokoto Caliphate, Nineteenth Century The Sokoto caliphate was situated mostly in present-day northern Nigeria and parts of southern Niger. It was founded as a result of the Fulani jihads (holy wars)&nbsp;in the first decades of the nineteenth century. By 1808&nbsp;the Hausa states had been conquered, although the ruling dynasties retreated to the frontiers and built walled&nbsp;cities that remained independent. The more important&nbsp;of these independent cities included Abuja, where the&nbsp;ousted Zaria dynasty fled; Argungu, in the north, the&nbsp;new home of the Kebbi rulers; and Maradi, in present-day Niger, the retreat of the Katsina dynasty. Although\n \nSokoto empire, nineteenth century.\n\n \nView of Kano, Sokoto, Nigeria, 1850s; sketch by Dr. Heinrich Barth. © Das Fotoarchiv.\n\nThe Borno mai was overthrown and Birni Gazargamu destroyed, Borno did not succumb. The reason, primarily, was that a cleric, Al Kanemi, fashioned a strong&nbsp;resistance that eventually forced those Fulani ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Sokoto Caliphate, Nineteenth Century The Sokoto caliphate was situated mostly in present-day northern Nigeria and parts of southern Niger. It was founded as a result of the Fulani jihads (holy wars)&nbsp;in the first decades of the nineteenth century. By 1808&nbsp;the Hausa states had been conquered, although the ruling dynasties retreated to the frontiers and built walled&nbsp;cities that remained independent. The more important&nbsp;of these independent cities included Abuja, where the&nbsp;ousted Zaria dynasty fled; Argungu, in the north, the&nbsp;new home of the Kebbi rulers; and Maradi, in present-day Niger, the retreat of the Katsina dynasty. Although\n \nSokoto empire, nineteenth century.\n\n \nView of Kano, Sokoto, Nigeria, 1850s; sketch by Dr. Heinrich Barth. © Das Fotoarchiv.\n\nThe Borno mai was overthrown and Birni Gazargamu destroyed, Borno did not succumb. The reason, primarily, was that a cleric, Al Kanemi, fashioned a strong&nbsp;resistance that eventually forced those Fulani ') AND id != 30400 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-02-24 19:07:33' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5