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Did you know that in the 1881 UK census there were 17 people with the Mori surname? In that year Mori was ranked number 3562 for popularity in the UK.
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|Shigefumi Mori||Wiki Detail||Shigefumi Mori (? ?? "Mori Shigefumi", born February 23,1951) is a Japanese mathematician, known for his work in algebraic geometry, particularly in relation to the classification of three-folds.|
|Camilo Mori||Wiki Detail||Camilo Mori Serrano (September 24, 1896 in Valpara?so, Chile ? December 7, 1973 in Santiago, Chile) was a painter and a founder of the "Grupo Montparnasse".|
|Kaoru Mori||Wiki Detail||is a Japanese manga artist from Tokyo.|
|Toshio Mori||Wiki Detail||Toshio Mori (1910-1980) was born in Oakland, California and grew up in San Leandro.|
|Akira Mori||Wiki Detail||(born 1936-07-12 in Tokyo) is the president and CEO of the Mori Trust.|
|Naoko Mori||Wiki Detail||(born 1975) is a Japanese-born British actress known for roles as Sarah, Saffron's 'odd' friend in "Absolutely Fabulous", Mie Nishikawa in "Casualty", and Toshiko Sato in "Doctor Who" and "Torchwood".|
|Mariko Mori||Wiki Detail||Mariko Mori (????, "Mori Mariko", b.|
|Cesare Mori||Wiki Detail||Cesare Mori (Pavia, December 22, 1871 ? Udine, July 6, 1942) was a prefect ("prefetto") before and during the Fascist period in Italy.|
|Shinji Mori||Wiki Detail||Shinji Mori (, born September 12, 1974 in Iwakuni, Yamaguchi, Japan) is a right-handed pitcher who had a brief stint with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.|
|Kenya Mori||Wiki Detail||Kenya Mori Ochoa (born in Mexico City, Mexico, on January 15, 1976) is a Mexican actress.|
|Toshia Mori||Wiki Detail||Toshia Mori (January 1, 1912 ? November 26, 1995) was a Japanese born actress, who had a brief career in American films during the 1930s.|
|Hiroshi Mori||Wiki Detail||is a Japanese writer and engineer.|
|Fabrizio Mori||Wiki Detail||Fabrizio Mori (born 28 June 1969 in Livorno) is an Italian hurdler, best known for his gold medal at the 1999 World Championships.|
|Tatsuya Mori||Wiki Detail||Tatsuya Mori, Japanese documentary filmmaker, TV director and author, Yamagata Documentary Festival award winner (A2).|
|Motosada Mori||Wiki Detail||Motosada Mori was born in Hiroshima, Japan in 1964 and is known as the military Advisor for the "Metal Gear" series.|
|Shino Mori||Wiki Detail||Shino Mori (? ?? "Mori Shino", born in Gunma Prefecture 1989) is a Japanese ballerina for Reiko Yamamoto Ballet Company.|
|Mark de Mori||Wiki Detail||Mark de Mori (born February 11 1982 in Perth, Western Australia) is a professional boxer.|
|Riyo Mori||Wiki Detail||(born December 24, 1986 in Aoi-ku, Shizuoka, Japan) is a Japanese dance instructor who won the Miss Universe 2007 title in May 2007.|
|Manny Mori||Wiki Detail||Emanuel "Manny" Mori (born December 25, 1948) is the current President of the Federated States of Micronesia.|
|Manuele Mori||Wiki Detail||Manuele Mori (born September 8 1980 in Empoli) is an Italian professional road bicycle racer for UCI ProTeam Lampre-N.|
|Takayuki Mori||Wiki Detail||Anthony W.|
|Chinatsu Mori||Wiki Detail||(born May 20, 1980 in Edogawa, Tokyo - August 9, 2006 in Tokyo) is a retired Japanese shot putter.|
|Junko Mori||Wiki Detail||Junko Mori is a silversmith and a modernist metalwork sculptor.|
|Masayuki Mori||Wiki Detail||was a Japanese actor, the son of Takeo Arishima, a Japanese novelist active during the late Meiji and Taish? periods.|
|Masako Mori||Wiki Detail||is a Japanese politician of the Liberal Democratic Party, a member of the House of Councillors in the Diet (national legislature).|
|Yuko Mori||Wiki Detail||is a Japanese politician of the Democratic Party of Japan, a member of the House of Councillors in the Diet (national legislature).|
|Daisuke Mori||Wiki Detail||is a Japanese nurse, who was convicted for giving muscle relaxant to his patients in a clinic in Izumi-ku, Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture.|
|Takaji Mori||Wiki Detail||Takaji Mori (born November 24, 1943 in Fukuyama, Hiroshima, Japan) is a Japanese former football player and manager.|
|Tsuneo Mori||Wiki Detail||was a Japanese radical leftist.|
|Akio Mori||Wiki Detail||(born February 5, 1947) is a Japanese professor who coined the term "Game Brain" and claimed playing games broke their brain.|
|Yusuke Mori||Wiki Detail||is a Japanese football player currently playing for Kawasaki Frontale.|
|Takahiro Mori||Wiki Detail||Takahiro Mori (born March 2, 1980 in Kumamoto) is a retired male medley swimmer from Japan, who represented his native country at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece.|
|Kazuo Mori||Wiki Detail||was a Japanese film director.|
|Katsuhiro Mori||Wiki Detail||is Japanese player.|
|Mitsuko Mori||Wiki Detail||, real name, is a Japanese actress.|
|Takeshi Mori||Wiki Detail||is a Japanese television announcer born on 2 December 1959 in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan.|
|Takeshi Mori||Wiki Detail||Lieutenant General was the commander of the Japanese Empire's First Imperial Guards Division, at the end of World War II.|