EWANEthernet Wide Area Network
EWANEnterprise Wide Area Network
EWANEmulator without a Good Name
EWANEnvironmental Weeds Action Network (Australia)
EWANEmulator Without A Name
EWANEGNOS Wide Area Communications Network (aviation)
EWANElectronic Warfare Aircraft Navigator
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Ewan is currently touring with his band, formed as part of an international music project designed to push the boundaries of contemporary folk.
'I am happy that I came to the Giro, the succession of the long and sometimes challenging stages will have done me good, condition-wise.' Ewan said in a team press release.
Ewan, who was profoundly deaf, was a talented film and music maker and touched hearts across the globe.
A friend wrote on the fundraising page: "Our amazing friend, Ewan Brown sadly passed away recently and we collectively as friends would like to show his family the support they deserve at such a difficult time.
The Under-21s boss said: "Ewan would most certainly have been in the squad if he wasn't on Under-19 duty.
Trevor, 67, said: "If I had not gone to Ewan that day I would have just left it.
'Ewan,' his father had told him, 'you're one of life's losers and you always will be until you find the killer instinct.' Those words haunted Ewan.
Ewan, 46, had to push the classic motor on to a Los Angeles side street after it overheated, and then phone for help.
How they met: The couple were introduced by a mutual friend, Leon Ford, who Gemma knew from her rugby club and who Ewan knew through work in Abbey Wood in Bristol.
Denis, who grew up in Crieff, Perthshire, with Ewan's mum Carol, said: "When I was a young actor and working in London, I would pop home to see my sister and Ewan would always be intrigued about what I'd been doing.