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Thankful is the debut studio album by American duo Mary Mary. It was released on May 2, 2000 through Columbia Records. The album comprises urban contemporary gospel, R&B and hip hop soul music. It produced the smash crossover hit "Shackles (Praise You)", which reached the top-ten in seven countries and the single "I Sings", which was also a significant hit-although it did not match the success of its predecessor.
Mary Jane Kelly (c. 1863 – 9 November 1888), also known as Marie Jeanette Kelly, Fair Emma, Ginger, Dark Mary, and Black Mary, is widely believed to have been the final victim of the notorious unidentified serial killer Jack the Ripper, who killed and mutilated several women in the Whitechapel area of London from late August to early November 1888. She was about 25 years old and living in poverty at the time of her death.
Her projects constructed in the 1970s are preoccupied with her experiences of pregnancy and child raising. Antepartum (1973), a single shot of the artist stroking her abdomen as her unborn baby moves, and Post-Partum Document (1973–79), a six part project using both personal and theoretical elements to document the mother-child relationship, were created in the same year. Pecunia Olet, Top Stories, New York 1989. Rance, Victoria 'Mary Kelly: Projects, 1973-2010' . aradoxa Volume 28 July 2011 pp. 80-87. Mary Kelly: Words are things, (catalog) and Mary Kelly: On fidelity, (conference papers), Centre for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, 2008. Mary Kelly, Espacio AV, Region de Murcia, 2008.
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Mary Kelly was murdered on 9th November 1888. She is generally believed to have been the last victim of Jack the Ripper. Mary kelly - murdered 9TH november 1888. Jack the ripper's final victim. At twenty five years old Mary Kelly was much younger than the other victims of Jack the Ripper. The Daily Telegraph described her as being of "fair complexion, with light hair, and possessing rather attractive feature. Remembering her in his memoirs fifty years later, Walter Dew claimed that he knew her quite well by sight and told of how he had often seen her "parading along Commercial Street, between Flower and Dean Street and Aldgate, or along Whitechapel Road.