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His imagery ranges from 19th century Native leaders to pop icons including Janet Jackson and Brooke Shields.
He has appeared as a featured artist on many other songs and albums, having collaborated with artists such as Janet Jackson, Kool Moe Dee, The Dope Poet Society, Run-DMC, Ice Cube, Rage Against The Machine, Anthrax, John Mellencamp and many others.
", " Have you ever had the opportunity of seeing Janet Jackson change during the taping of Diff ' rent Strokes?
*" Two to the Power of Love ", song by Janet Jackson and Cliff Richard
Artists and groups such as Madonna, Janet Jackson, Björk, and C + C Music Factory incorporated the genre into their work.
Other actresses who have played the role include Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Janet Suzman, Glenda Jackson, and Jane Lapotaire.
Abdul choreographed videos for several singers throughout the 1980s, including many videos for Janet Jackson during her Control era.
Various prominent artists and groups, such as Janet Jackson, Kylie Minogue, Madonna, Björk, and Radiohead, have incorporated trip hop in their work.
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Thomas was raised in poverty by his mother Janet Jackson ( d. 1794 ).
* Watzlawick, Paul, Janet Helmick Beavin and Don D. Jackson ( 1967 ) Pragmatics of Human Communication: A Study of Interactional Patterns, Pathologies, and Paradoxes.
As a music venue, it was the largest in Memphis, presenting such acts as R. E. M., Phish, Aerosmith, Janet Jackson, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, The Doobie Brothers, and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
The baby sister of the " precious Jackson clan ", Janet Jackson has striven to distance her professional career from that of her older brother Michael and the rest of the Jackson family.
Joshua Klein wrote, " or the first half of her recording career, Janet Jackson sounded like an artist with something to prove.
" Steve Huey of Allmusic asserted that despite being born into a family of entertainers, Janet Jackson has managed to emerge a " superstar " in her own right, rivaling not only several female recording artists including Madonna and Whitney Houston, but also her brother, while " successfully her image from a strong, independent young woman to a sexy, mature adult.
Klein argued that " stardom was not too hard to predict, but few could have foreseen that Janet — Miss Jackson, if you're nasty — would one day replace Michael as true heir to the Jackson family legacy.
In Right to Rock: The Black Rock Coalition and the Cultural Politics of Race ( 2004 ), author Maureen Mahon states: " In the 1980s, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, and Prince were among the African American artists who crossed over ...
Musicologist Richard J. Ripani identified Jackson as a leader in the development of contemporary R & B, as her 1986 album Control and its successor Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 created a unique blend of genre and sound effects, that ushered in the use of rap vocals into mainstream R & B.
" Jim Cullen observed in Popular Culture in American History ( 2001 ) that although it was Michael Jackson's Thriller that originally synchronized music video with album sales, Janet Jackson was also among the first generation of artists that saw the visualization of their music elevate them to the status of a pop culture icon.
In March 2008, Business Wire reported " Janet Jackson is one of the top ten selling artists in the history of contemporary music ; ranked by Billboard magazine as the ninth most successful act in rock and roll history, and the second most successful female artist in pop music history.

Janet and collaborated
Scriptwriter Janet Green had already previously collaborated with Basil Dearden on a previous British " social problem " film, Sapphire, which had dealt with racism against Afro-Caribbean immigrants to the United Kingdom in the late fifties.
As a songwriter she has collaborated with Janet Jackson, Massive Attack, Mark Ronson, Bryn Christopher, Michael Gray, Lee Mead, Dave Stewart, Rachel Stevens, Will Young, Fey, Atomic Kitten, Sophie Ellis Bextor and Liberty X. Shelly, with Andy Hill also wrote the song " I'll See You Again " for the Westlife album Where We Are.
Later in 2006, Khia also collaborated with Janet Jackson on her hit " So Excited ", which peaked at # 90 on the Hot 100 and # 1 on the Hot Dance Club Play chart.
Ghose also met English poet Ted Hughes and his wife, the American poet and novelist Sylvia Plath, and American author Janet Burroway, with whom he occasionally collaborated.
Following the order, Constant filed suit against Janet Reno claiming that the CIA had " collaborated " with him.

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In her review for the New York Times, Janet Maslin praised, " Mr. Campbell's manly, mock-heroic posturing is perfectly in keeping with the director's droll outlook ".
As noted above, some world-systems analysts such as Janet Abu-Lughod thought China invented capitalism during this period with the rise of a monied economy and the invention of paper currency.
Janet Bergstrom ’ s article “ Enunciation and Sexual Difference ” ( 1979 ) uses Sigmund Freud ’ s ideas of bisexual responses, arguing that women are capable of identifying with male characters and men with women characters, either successively or simultaneously.
Charcot subsequently appointed him director of the psychological laboratory at the Salpêtrière in 1889, after Janet completed his doctorate in philosophy, which dealt with psychological automatism.
Janet reconciled elements of his views with those of Bernheim and his followers, developing his own sophisticated hypnotic psychotherapy based upon the concept of psychological dissociation, which, at the turn of the century, rivaled Freud's attempt to provide a more comprehensive theory of psychotherapy.
Pierre Janet originally developed the idea of dissociation of consciousness from his work with hysterical patients.
Lemmon worked with many legendary leading ladies, among them Marilyn Monroe, Natalie Wood, Betty Grable, Janet Leigh, Shirley MacLaine, Romy Schneider, Doris Day, Kim Novak, Judy Holliday, Rita Hayworth, June Allyson, Virna Lisi, Ann-Margret, Sophia Loren, and many more.
In 1777 he married again, to Ann MacGregor, daughter of a Glasgow dye-maker, with whom he had two children: Gregory ( 1777 – 1804 ), who became a geologist and mineralogist, and Janet ( 1779 – 1794 ).
In the mid-80s the backbone was upgraded to a 2 Mbit / s backbone with 64 kbit / s access links, and a further upgrade in the early 1990s sped the backbone to 8 Mbit / s and the access links to 2 Mbit / s, making Janet the fastest X. 25 network in the world.
The naming scheme used on Janet ( Janet NRS ) had similarities to the Internet's Domain Name System, but with domains specified in big-endian format rather than the little-endian style used by DNS.
SuperJanet4 also saw an increase in the userbase of the Janet network, with the inclusion of the Further Education Community and the use of the SuperJanet4 backbone to interconnect schools ' networks.
In April 2011 Verizon helped Janet upgrade 4 central locations to run at 100Gbit / s bringing it to a national research and education network performance parity with Internet2 ( which upgraded its backbone to 100Gbit / s in October 2007 ).
Jane Powell, Debbie Reynolds, Leslie Caron, and Janet Leigh were among those that she competed with for roles at MGM.
Directed by Fran Soeder with choreography by Janet Watson, the cast featured Ernest Abuba and Kevin Gray.
The story, narrated by a criminologist, tells the tale of newly-engaged couple Brad Majors and Janet Weiss, who find themselves lost and with a flat tire on a cold and rainy late November evening.
Seeking a phone with which to call for help, Brad and Janet discover a group of strange and outlandish people who are holding an Annual Transylvanian Convention.
Janet, upset and emotional, wanders off to look for Brad, who she discovers, via a television monitor, is with Frank.
While tending to his wounds, Janet becomes intimate with Rocky, as Magenta and Columbia watch from their bedroom monitor.
Janet, Brad, Dr. Scott, Rocky and Columbia all meet in Frank's lab, where Frank captures them with the Medusa Transducer, transforming them into statues.
In a 2011 news story, Investor's Business Daily wrote, " Before the mortgage crisis, Attorney General Janet Reno accused banks of racism for failing to market mortgages to poor minorities with weak credit.
The Sontarans also appeared in a skit for the BBC children's programme Jim'll Fix It titled " A Fix with Sontarans ", along with Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor and Janet Fielding as Tegan Jovanka.

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