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- Ahrens is a German surname, derived from a patronymic of Ahrend or Arent, which is a variant form of the given name Arnold.[citation needed] Ahrens may...
- Chris Ahrens may refer to: Chris Ahrens (ice hockey) (born 1952), retired American ice hockey player Chris Ahrens (rower) (born 1976), American rower...
- Mariella Ahrens (born 2 April 1969) is a Russian-born German actress. Ahrens was born in Leningrad (Saint Petersburg) as the daughter of a German computer...
- music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Ahrens. She was a mainstay writer and performer for ABC-TV's Schoolhouse Rock! Ahrens also wrote lyrics for the title...
- clergyman Uno Åhrén (1897–1977), Swedish architect and city planner Ahrens (disambiguation) This page lists people with the surname Ahrén. If an internal...
- these prisons: James O'Malley: Hodge Unit Bernice Ahrens: Hobby Unit Craig Ahrens: Ferguson Unit Hope Ahrens: Lockhart Unit Terence Singleton: Ferguson Unit...
- Sophia Ahrens is a German-English fashion model. Ahrens was born in Hamburg to a German father and English mother and grew up mainly in England. She was...
- Kurt Karl-Heinrich Ahrens, also known as Kurt Ahrens Jr., (born 19 April 1940 in Braunschweig, Germany) is a former sports car racing and touring car...
- Thomas Julian Ahrens (1936-2010)". Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 43 (1). doi:10.3847/BAASOBIT2011025. "Thomas J. Ahrens". American Geophysical...
- First class Edward Henry Ahrens (November 4, 1919 – August 8, 1942) served in the Marine Raiders in the Battle of Guadalcanal. Ahrens was born on May 23, 1919...