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Alastair Wood

Alastair Clarkson (born 27 April 1968) is an Australian rules football coach and former player. He has been the head coach of the Fremantle Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL) since 2005, and is the longest-serving coach currently in the league. Hailing from the small town of Kaniva, Victoria, Clarkson played eleven seasons of AFL football – nine for North Melbourne (1987–1995) followed by two for Melbourne (1996–1997). He played 134 games in total, playing either in the midfield or on the half-forward flanks.


I thought my Beatles LPs sounded pretty good on a record player, but that was before I had heard a CD.




I see my job as being to facilitate the life of clinical researchers so that they can be more productive, and trying to keep the bureaucracy from getting in their way.




Even then, Vanderbilt was the premiere place for clinical pharmacology.




We've created an impression that life is risk-free, and it's not.




I think we need to think beyond the issue of absolute risk.



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