Mora

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People

  • Alberto J. Mora (b. 1951), General Counsel of the United States Navy (2001-2006)
  • Alfonso Mora (b. 1964), Venezuelan former tennis player
  • Bruno Mora (1937-1986), Italian football player and coach
  • Cristian Mora (b. 1979), Ecuadorian football goalkeeper
  • F. Luis Mora (1874-1940), Hispanic American artist and illustrator
  • Ferenc Móra (1879-1934), Hungarian writer
  • Georges Mora (1913-1992), German-born Australian entrepreneur, art dealer, patron, connoisseur and restaurateur
  • Jim E. Mora (b. 1935), former National Football League (NFL) and United States Football League head coach
  • Jim L. Mora (b. 1961), former NFL head coach, son of Jim E. Mora
  • Jim Mora (broadcaster), New Zealand television and radio presenter
  • Jo Mora (1876-1947), American artist from Uruguay
  • Joaquín Mora Fernández (1786–1862), provisional head of state of Costa Rica in 1837
  • José Mora (1638–1725), Spanish sculptor
  • José Francisco Mora (b. 1981), Spanish footballer
  • Juan Mora Fernández (1784-1854), Costa Rica's first elected head of state, brother of Joaquín Mora Fernández
  • Juan Rafael Mora Porras (1814-1860), President of Costa Rica (1849-1859)
  • Juan Luis Mora (b. 1973), Spanish retired football goalkeeper
  • Melvin Mora (b. 1972), Venezuelan professional baseball player
  • Miguel Mora Porras (1816-1887), President of Costa Rica in 1849
  • Mirka Mora (b. 1928), French-born Australian visual artist
  • Naima Mora (b. 1984), Americas Next Top Model Cycle 4 winner
  • Néstor Mora (1963-1995), Colombian cyclist
  • Octavio Mora (b. 1965), Mexican former footballer
  • Philippe Mora (b. 1949), French-born Australian film director
  • Sergio Mora (b. 1980), Mexican-American boxer and former World Boxing Council light middleweight champion
  • Sergio Mora Sánchez (b. 1979), Spanish footballer
  • Tiriel Mora (b. 1958), Australian television and film actor
  • Víctor Mora (b. 1931), pseudonym of Eugenio Roca, a Spanish writer of comic books
  • Víctor Mora (athlete) (b. 1944), Colombian long-distance runner

Places

Cameroon

Costa Rica

Cyprus

Ethiopia

  • Mora, a former kingdom or province in what is now Ethiopia

India

Portugal

Spain

Sweden

United States of America

Warfare

  • Mora (military unit), a unit of about 600 in the Spartan Army of antiquity
  • First Battle of Mora, an 1847 battle of the Mexican-American War
  • Second Battle of Mora, an 1847 battle of the Mexican-American War

Other

  • Common mora, a genus of fishes in the family Moridae
  • MORA (aviation), minimum off route altitude
  • Mora clock, a type of 19th-century Swedish longcase clock
  • Mora Motor Car Company, manufacturer of the Mora luxury car in Newark, New York, from 1906-1910
  • Mora (drink) in Costa Rica, a drink consisting of blackberry juice, water and sugar
  • Mora IK, Mora Ishockeyklubb, a Swedish professional ice hockey club
  • Mora knife, a type of scandinavian knife
  • Mora (linguistics), a unit of sound used in phonology. Also see On (Japanese prosody) for linguistic morae in the context of Japanese poetry
  • Mora (music store), a music download store by Sony that sells music in a proprietary copy-restricted format
  • Mora (mythology), in Slavic mythology
  • Mora (plant), a genus of plants in the pea family Fabaceae
  • Mora (ship), the flagship of William the Conqueror
  • Mora, a villain from Power Rangers: S.P.D.

See also


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  • Mora — bezeichnet: veraltet eine Verzögerung oder Verzug, siehe Moratorium Mora (Neume), ein Dehnungszeichen in der Quadratnotation von Neumen Mora (Einheit), die kleinste Zeiteinheit im Vers Mora (Gattung), eine Baumgattung Mora (Schiff), das… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Mora IK — Größte Erfolge 25 Spielzeiten in der höchsten Liga Schwedischer Vizemeister 1950 Vereinsinfos Geschichte Mora I …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • moră — MÓRĂ, more, s.f. (În prozodia latină) Timp necesar pentru pronunţarea unei silabe scurte. – Din lat. moră. Trimis de ana zecheru, 04.06.2004. Sursa: DEX 98  móră s. f., g. d. art. mórei; pl. móre Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar… …   Dicționar Român

  • Mora CF — Mora Full name Mora Club de Fútbol Founded 1976 Ground Las Delicias, Mora, Castilla La Mancha …   Wikipedia

  • Mora — Mora, PR U.S. comunidad in Puerto Rico Population (2000): 1857 Housing Units (2000): 683 Land area (2000): 0.328026 sq. miles (0.849584 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.328026 sq. miles… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • mora (1) — {{hw}}{{mora (1)}{{/hw}}s. f. Frutto del gelso bianco e del moro nero | Frutto del rovo, nero, lucente, commestibile. ETIMOLOGIA: dal lat. mora, pl. di morum ‘gelso’. mora (2) {{hw}}{{mora (2)}{{/hw}}s. f. 1 (dir.) Ingiustificato ritardo nell… …   Enciclopedia di italiano

  • MORA (F. de) — MORA FRANCISCO DE (1546 env. 1610) Recommandé à Philippe II par Herrera, l’architecte Francisco de Mora n’en sacrifia pas moins sans réserve à la manière austère de son prédécesseur. Il est l’auteur de la petite ville de Lerma (1604 1614), sur… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Mora [1] — Mora (lat.), 1) Verzug, Verzögerung, Dauer; bes. 2) die widerrechtliche Verzögerung einer Leistung, zu welcher Jemand verpflichtet ist. Sie setzt a) auf Seite des Schuldners (M. solvendi) eine fällige Schuld voraus, deren Nichterfüllung lediglich …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon


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