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- "American Girls" a.k.a. "Bring It On" is a 2000 teen comedy film that was directed by Peyton Reed and written by Jessica Bendinger. It was followed by four direct-to-video sequels, none of which contain any of the original cast members: Bring It On Again, which shared producers with the original, Bring It On: All or Nothing, Bring It On: In It to Win It, and Bring It On: Fight to the Finish.
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- "American Girls" is a 1918 Dutch silent drama film directed by Maurits Binger.
- country: Netherlands
- directors: Maurits Binger & Louis Davids
- producer: Maurits Binger
- written by Maurits Binger & Louis Davids
- music by Ben Geijsel
- genres: Silent film, Drama
- released on (97 years ago)
- "American Girls" is a single by the American rock band Counting Crows. It is the second track on their fourth studio album Hard Candy and features Sheryl Crow on backing vocals.
- music and lyrics by Adam Duritz
- "American Girls" is a 2002 single by Counting Crows featuring Sheryl Crow.
- also known as American Girls (disc 1), American Girls (disc 2)
- released on (13 years ago)
- "American Girls" is a composition, cataloged instance.
- music by Rivers Cuomo
American Girls were an all-women band based in California, USA.
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Facing the Challenges by Catherine Fisher Collins
Adolescent obesity among African American girls is a multifactorial problem in which a variety of determinants combine forming a complex mixture which is flavored with cultural, genetic, psychological, societal, and environmental ingredients.
by Jessie Carney Smith
Generally played by African American girls, these games are encoded with messages about African American culture. Through rhythms, chants, songs, and syncopated hand claps, girls learn interdependence and confidence. Cheers ...
Girlhood in America (2001)
An Encyclopedia by Miriam Forman-Brunell
to the Present The passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 changed life for all American girls. It took a few years for the legal changes to begin to have an impact, but educational, economic, and social conditions were forever altered.
by Edith Wen-Chu Chen
Lee and Sabina Vaught, “'You Can Never Be Too Rich or Too Thin': Popular and Consumer Culture and the Americanization of Asian American Girls and Young Women,” The Journal of Negro Education 72, no.
by Melissa Hope Ditmore
On the other hand, there is sufficient evidence to prove that the export of American girls for the purpose of prostitution is by no means a small factor. Thus Clifford G. Roe, ex-Assistant State Attorney of Cook County, Ill., makes the open charge ...
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