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I am using the theme – The Retailer with your Best Sellers plugin. Everything seems to work well together except displaying the best seller badges. I have products that are best sellers however the badge on the loop or single product page is not visible. Is there a plugin fix or a css fix for this that would be
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Inmate on remand jailed after writing to witnesses telling them not to turn up at his trial

A prisoner on remand who wrote letters to witnesses due to give evidence against him telling them not to turn up has been jailed. Darryl McColl was sentenced to 18 months for attempting to pervert the course of justice after pleading guilty at Dundee Sheriff Court on Wednesday (14 February).
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US treasury secretary's wife Louise Linton is 'super-duper' sorry

Ms Linton's other faux-pas include self-publishing, in 2016, a memoir of her experiences volunteering in Zambia during her gap year, which provoked a huge online backlash as reviews and comments accused her of being patronising, inaccurate and misleading. More recently, she was ridiculed for
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Harvard University Offers Course on Poop in French Literature

Fecal matter is omnipresent in works and authors that we consider canonical (e.g. the fabliaux, Rabelais, de Sade, Beckett, Celine) and yet its presence has been remarkably submerged or passed over in readerly and critical reception of modern and contemporary French literature. This course proposes
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DeRay Mckesson Scores a Book Deal: 'An Opportunity to Share Stories About Resistance …

DeRay Mckesson, the civil rights activist who first became famous after protesting for weeks in Ferguson and is a leading voice in the Black Lives Matter movement, has landed a book deal with Viking publishers. On the Other Side of Freedom: The Case for Hope will be published in September and can
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Ten Finalists Named for $1 Million Global Teaching Prize, Including an Engineering Teacher Who …

Canadian teacher Maggie MacDonnell (L) receives the Global Teacher Prize from Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum (C), vice-president and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, during a ceremony in Dubai on March 19, 2017. MacDonnell, who works in a fly-in only village in the Arctic
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Half-a-million titles to be displayed at Muscat Book Fair

Some 32 publishing houses in the foreign book department and libraries from the Gulf, Arab and foreign countries are also expected to participate. The total number of titles will be 500,000, of which 35 per cent are new. The exhibition includes more than 70 cultural events and children's activities.
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Area literary community comes together

“That author did not write that book alone. You need an outside voice to help you with your writing,” Simar advised. Part of her presentation involved the lively and creative writers in front of her. With a writing prompt and a few minutes of vocal brainstorming followed by writing, people shared their scenes,
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Evy Warshawski's The Arts Landscape: By the book

My Napa friend, Teri Stevens, began her creative writing journey seven years ago. It was a way to step … My tastes have definitely changed, but I've grown to appreciate good writing, a great plot and books that leave you thinking about the characters well after you've finished. You know — when you read
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June '06 in the Exponent: Book Chapters Lead the Newspaper for Months

Starting June 29, 1906, the lead story in the Jewish Exponent was the same for every issue through Oct. 12. The newspaper began publishing chapters of a book called The Ferry of Fate — and each week ran successive chapters until the tale was concluded. The Exponent's publishing company even
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