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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 ('Brussels Conference and Act, 1890 The first general treaty for the suppression of the African slave trade was negotiated at the Brussels Conference of 1889-1890. By this time the Atlantic slave&nbsp;trade had ended, but slave raiding and trading were&nbsp;widespread in Africa and slaves were still exported to&nbsp;the Muslim world or sent to European colonies disguised as contract labor. After the British outlawed their&nbsp;own slave trade, they had built up a network of separate&nbsp;treaties with the colonial and maritime powers, and&nbsp;with Asian and African rulers and peoples, granting&nbsp;rights to search and laying down rules for the arrest and&nbsp;trial of slavers. Although often mutual in theory, only&nbsp;the British exercised these rights continuously, and rival&nbsp;powers suspected that the British were trying to hinder&nbsp;their commerce and colonial development.\n \nBy the 1880s, with the “Scramble” for Africa in full swing, these treaties were out of date, and there ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Brussels Conference and Act, 1890 The first general treaty for the suppression of the African slave trade was negotiated at the Brussels Conference of 1889-1890. By this time the Atlantic slave&nbsp;trade had ended, but slave raiding and trading were&nbsp;widespread in Africa and slaves were still exported to&nbsp;the Muslim world or sent to European colonies disguised as contract labor. After the British outlawed their&nbsp;own slave trade, they had built up a network of separate&nbsp;treaties with the colonial and maritime powers, and&nbsp;with Asian and African rulers and peoples, granting&nbsp;rights to search and laying down rules for the arrest and&nbsp;trial of slavers. Although often mutual in theory, only&nbsp;the British exercised these rights continuously, and rival&nbsp;powers suspected that the British were trying to hinder&nbsp;their commerce and colonial development.\n \nBy the 1880s, with the “Scramble” for Africa in full swing, these treaties were out of date, and there ') AND id != 32167 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-03-23 03:49:13' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5