'warrens' can also refer to...

Alister Warren (b. 1973)

Amelia Warren Griffiths (1768—1858) phycologist and seaweed collector

Arthur Warren (fl. c. 1595—1615) poet

Baby Boy Warren (b. 1919)

Bad Luck Streak In Dancing School (Warren Zevon album)

Bartley, William Warren, III (1934—1990)

Barton Warren Stone (1772—1844)

C. Warren Olanow

Caroline Matilda Warren (1787—1844)

Charles River Bridge v. Warren Bridge

Charles Warren

Charles Warren (1767—1823) engraver

Charles Warren Stoddard (1843—1909)

Charles Warren Thornthwaite (1889—1963)

Chris Warren-Adamson

Christian Warren

Christopher N. Warren

Dale Warren (b. 1925)

Daniel Warren

Diane Warren (b. 1956)

Earl Warren (1891—1974) American judge

Earle Warren (b. 1914)

Edward Perry Warren (1860—1928) art collector

Edward Prioleau Warren (1856—1937)

Edward Warren Moïse (1832—1903)

Eleanor Catherine Rutherford Warren (1919—2005) cellist

Elizabeth Warren (c. 1607—1641) religious writer

Enid Charis Warren (1903—1980) medical social worker

Excitable Boy (Warren Zevon album)

Fiddlin' Kate Warren


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Area of land used for keeping and managing large communities of rabbits or hares for exploitation as a source of food and/or fur. Also known as a coneygree. Warrens usually include one or more pillow mounds in which the animals were kept under controlled conditions. Vermin traps and a warrener's house are also common. Warrens were important economic resources in medieval times in northern Europe.

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