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MORI
Mori
Mori
is a Japanese and Italian surname, and also a Persian pet name for Morteza. It is also the name of two clans in Japan, and one clan in India.Contents1 Italian surname 2 Japanese surname 3 Aramaic title of honor 4 Other people named Mori 5 Fictional characters 6 See also 7 ReferencesItalian surname[edit]Camilo Mori, Chilean painter Cesare Mori, Italian "Iron Prefect" Claudia Mori, Italian actress, singer, television producer Damian Mori, Italian-Australian football player Daniele Mori (born 1990) Italian footballer Fabrizio Mori, Italian hurdler Francesco Mori, Italian painter Manuele Mori, Italian professional road bicycle racer Massimiliano Mori, Italian former professional road bicycle racer Michael Mori, aka "Dan Mori", U.S
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Kenzo Mori
Kenzo Mori (Japanese: 森研三, 1914 – January 5, 2007) was an Nisei Japanese-Canadian journalist, writer, editor and publisher of the New Canadian, an English-language newspaper aimed at second- and third-generation Japanese Canadians.[1]Contents1 Early life1.1 Internment2 Career 3 Honours and awards 4 Selected works 5 See also 6 NotesEarly life[edit] Mori was born near Vancouver, British Columbia, in 1914. He was the son of immigrants who returned to Japan in 1918. He left Japan at age 16, graduating from high school in Canada. In due course, he earned an arts degree from the University of British Columbia.[1] Internment[edit] Mori was interned in a camp north of Vancouver during the Second World War. His older brother, George, was also in the camp.[1] Career[edit] Mori became the assistant Japanese editor of The New Canadian in the late 1940s. When retired in 1983, he had become the newspaper's editor
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Hanae Mori
Hanae Mori (森 英恵, Mori Hanae, /həˌnɑːeɪ ˈmɔːri/, born January 8, 1926) is a fashion designer in Japan. She is the only Japanese woman to have presented her collections on the runways of Paris and New York, and the first Asian woman to be admitted as an official haute couture design house by the fédération française de la couture[1] in France. Her fashion house, opened in Japan in 1951, grew to become a $500 million international business by the 1990s.Contents1 Career1.1 Later life2 Awards 3 Style 4 References 5 External linksCareer[edit] Mori was born in Yoshika, Shimane. After graduating from Tokyo Women's Christian University, she married and attended dress-making school. She opened her first atelier in 1951 and over the next several years designed costumes for hundreds of movies
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Mori Trust
Mori Trust Co., Ltd. (森トラスト株式会社, Mori Torasuto Kabushiki Gaisha) is a Japanese real estate developer.Contents1 History 2 Major office properties 3 Major hotel properties 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] Mori Trust was founded in 1970 as Mori Building Development, a subsidiary of the Mori Building group founded by Taikichiro Mori. Following his death in 1993, his two sons Minoru Mori and Akira Mori disagreed as to how to continue the business, with Minoru wishing to continue the company's focus on existing properties and new large-scale urban projects, and Akira wishing to expand the company's portfolio into more small-scale office and leisure properties. This led to a split of the Mori Building group, with Akira Mori taking over the Mori Building Development entity and renaming it "Mori Trust" in 1999
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Mori Arinori
Viscount Mori Arinori (森 有礼, August 23, 1847 – February 12, 1889) was a Meiji period Japanese statesman, diplomat, and founder of Japan's modern educational system.Contents1 Early life 2 Meiji statesman 3 In popular culture 4 See also 5 References 6 Further reading 7 External linksEarly life[edit] Mori was born in the Satsuma domain (modern Kagoshima prefecture) from a samurai family, and educated in the Kaisenjo School for Western Learning run by the Satsuma domain. In 1865, he was sent as a student to University College London in Great Britain, where he studied western techniques in mathematics, physics, and naval surveying. He returned to Japan just after the start of the Meiji Restoration and took on a number of governmental positions within the new Meiji government. Meiji statesman[edit] He was the first Japanese ambassador to the United States, from 1871-1873
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Bárbara Mori
Bárbara Mori Ochoa (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈbarβaɾa ˈmoɾi oˈtʃoa]; born 2 February 1978) is an Uruguayan born Mexican actress, model, producer and writer. Mori started her career in 1992 as a fashion model at the age of 14, later she became an actress when she co-starred in 1997 on the smash TV-hit Mirada De Mujer with TV Azteca; then, she starred in the soap opera Azul Tequila. Her big break came in 2004, with the telenovela Rubí (a remake of the 1968 series) by rival network Televisa, in which she played the main character
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Mori Chack
Mori Chack (森チャック Mori Chakku, born on March 23, 1973) is the artist name of a Japanese graphic designer, who was born in Sakai, Osaka, Japan. He is famous for his Chax product line, and especially the character Gloomy Bear,[1][2][3] a 2 m tall, violent, pink bear that eats humans. The design is an antithesis to the excessively cute products produced by Disney, Sanrio's Hello Kitty, and other companies. Mori Chack believes that humans and animals are incompatible, and an animal is wild by nature. This is expressed most pronouncedly by the Gloomy Bear, which is often shown blood stained and attacking humans. Gloomy Bear is also available in different colors with slightly different designs. There is also a Space Invaders 30th anniversary gloomy bear. From the Cube Works press release:Gloomy, an abandoned little bear, is rescued by Pitty (the little boy). At first, he is cute and cuddly, but becomes more wild as he grows up
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Chinatsu Mori
Chinatsu Mori (森 千夏, Mori Chinatsu) (born May 20, 1980 in Edogawa, Tokyo – August 9, 2006 in Tokyo) was a Japanese shot putter. Her personal best throw is 18.22 metres, achieved in April 2004 in Hamamatsu. This is the current Japanese record.[1] She won the silver medal at the 2000 Asian Championships and the bronze medal at the 2003 Asian Championships. In addition she competed at the 2003 World Championships and the 2004 Olympic Games without reaching the final round
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Daisuke Mori
Daisuke Mori (守 大助, Mori Daisuke, born April 28, 1971) is a Japanese nurse, who was convicted for giving lethal doses of the muscle relaxant drug Vecuronium to his patients in a clinic in Izumi-ku, Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture. He was suspected as a medical serial killer, though he was convicted of one murder. Mori was suspected of a murder of 89-year-old woman Yukiko Shimoyama on November 24, 2000. He was also suspected of four attempted murders; a 1-year-old girl on 2 February 2000, an 11-year-old girl on 31 October 2000, a four-year-old boy on 13 November 2000 and a 45-year-old man on 24 November 2000
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Eijiro Mori
Eijiro Mori (森 英次郎, Mori Eijirō, born April 8, 1986) is a former Japanese football player. Club statistics[edit] Updated to 2 February 2018.[1][2][3]Club performance League Cup Other TotalSeason Club League Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps GoalsJapan League Emperor's Cup Other1 Total2009 Gainare Tottori JFL 32 3 1 0 - 33 32010 4 0 0 0 - 4 02011 J2 League 6 1 0 0 - 6 12012 34 2 2 0 - 36 22013 37 0 1 0 2 1 40 12014 J3 League 33 3 2 1 - 35 42015 Grulla Morioka 35 0 0 0 - 35 02016 19 2 1 0 - 20 22017 9 0 1 0 - 10 0Total 209 11 8 1 2 1 219 131Includes JFL/J2 Playoff. References[edit]^ Nippon Sports Kikaku Publishing inc./日本スポーツ企画出版社, "2017 J1&J2&J3選手名鑑 (NSK MOOK)", 8 February 2017, Japan, ISBN 978-4905411420 (p. 265 out of 289) ^ Nippon Sports Kikaku Publishing inc./日本スポーツ企画出版社, "2016J1&J2&J3選手名鑑", 10 February 2016, Japan, ISBN 978-4905411338 (p
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Eisuke Mori
Eisuke Mori (森 英介, Mori Eisuke, born August 31, 1948) is a Japanese politician of the Liberal Democratic Party. He is a member of the House of Representatives in the Diet (national legislature) and is the former Minister of Justice under Aso's Administration. A native of Katsuura, Chiba and graduate of Tohoku University, he joined Kawasaki Heavy Industries in 1974 and received a Ph.D in engineering. He was elected to the House of Representatives for the first time in 1990. His grandfather is former member of the House of Representatives Nobuteru Mori, his father is former Minister of the Environment Yoshihide Mori, and his uncle is former Somu-cho (総務長官) Kiyomoto Mori. In the Cabinet of Prime Minister Taro Aso, appointed on 24 September 2008, Mori was appointed Minister of Justice. This was his first appointment to the Cabinet.[1] References[edit]^ "Aso elected premier / Announces Cabinet lineup himself; poll likely on Nov
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Futoshi Mori
Futoshi Mori (森太志, Mori Futoshi, born 25 April 1988) is a Japanese international rugby union player who plays in the hooker position.[1] He currently plays for the Toshiba Brave Lupus in Japan's domestic Top League.[2][3][4]Contents1 Early / Provincial Career 2 Super Rugby Career 3 International 4 Super Rugby Statistics 5 ReferencesEarly / Provincial Career[edit] Mori has played all of his senior club rugby in Japan with the Toshiba Brave Lupus who he joined in 2011.[3][4] Super Rugby Career[edit] Mori was selected as a member of the first ever Sunwolves squad ahead of the 2016 Super Rugby season
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Hideki Mori
Hideki Mori (森 秀樹, Mori Hideki, born 3 April 1961 in Yonago, Tottori, Japan) is a Japanese manga artist. He made his professional debut in 1982 in Shōnen Sunday, after which he was chosen by Kazuo Koike to illustrate the continuation of Lone Wolf and Cub, Shin Lone Wolf and Cub. Mori is best known for his manga adaptation of Kenichi Sakemi's historical novel Bokkō, which was then adapted as the movie A Battle of Wits. Mori received the 1995 Shogakukan Manga
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Award for general manga for Bokkō.[1] His other works include Umizuru and Aozora Shot, and the illustrations for Kajō (written by Kazuo Koike). He is noted for his detailed art in a realistic style.[2] He is not to be confused with the animator with the same name who worked for Toei Animation
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during the 1960s and 1970s. References[edit]^ 小学館漫画賞: 歴代受賞者 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Archived from the original on 2015-08-05
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Akio Mori
Akio Mori (森 昭雄, Mori Akio, born February 5, 1947, in Hokkaidō) is a Japanese physiologist, sports scientist and writer. He is also the founder and the former head of the Japanese learned society Japanese Society of Health and Behavior Sciences (日本健康行動科学会, Nihon Kenkō Kodō Kagakukai). Mori was originally known for his physiology researches, but began to write books about human neuroscience, coining the term "game brain" in his 2002 book Game Nō no Kyōfu (ゲーム脳の恐怖, Gēmu Nō no Kyōfu, "The Fear of Game Brain"). He claimed that the brains of people who played video games were physically damaged.[1][2][3] Game Nō no Kyōfu received much attention from critics such as Tamaki Saitō.[4] Mori's activities expanded into other genres such as journalism and politics due to the popularity of his books, though his theory about human brains was pointed out to be pseudoscientific
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Hiroshi Mori (astronomer)
Hiroshi Mori (森 弘, Mori Hiroshi, born 1958) is a Japanese amateur astronomer and discoverer of minor planets.[2] The Minor Planet Center credits him with the discovery of 45 numbered minor planets in collaboration with amateur astronomer Masaru Arai at Yorii Observatory during 1988–1991.[1] The main-belt asteroid 19190 Morihiroshi, discovered by Japanese astronomers Tsutomu Hioki and Shuji Hayakawa in 1992, was named in his honor.[2] Naming citation was published on 6 January 2003 (M.P.C. 47301).[3]Contents1 List of discovered minor planets 2 See also 3 References 4 External linksList of discovered minor planets[edit] See also: Category:Discoveries by Hiroshi Mori3823 Yorii 10 March 1988 list [A]3996 Fugaku 5 December 1988 list [A]4262 DeVorkin 5 February 1989 list [A]4291 Kodaihasu 2 November 1989 list [A]4495 Dassanowsky 6 November 1988 list [A]4901 Ó Briain 3 November 1988 list [A](5732) 1988 WC
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Ikue Mori
Ikue Mori (森 郁恵[2], Mori Ikue) (born 17 December 1953), also known as Ikue Ile, is a drummer, composer, and graphic designer.Contents1 Biography 2 Discography 3 References 4 External linksBiography[edit] Ikue Mori was born and raised in Japan. She says she had little interest in music before hearing punk rock. In 1977, she went to New York City, initially for a visit, but she fell into the music scene, and has remained in New York since. Her first musical experience was as the drummer for seminal no wave band DNA, which also featured East Village hero Arto Lindsay
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