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IN tribute to William Alan Clark (VR, January 11, 2014, vol 174, p 50), K. A. Linklater and A. W. Miller write: Alan Clark was a much-respected large animal veterinary surgeon who spent most of his professional career in practice in his native Northumberland. He was an excellent clinician and had the enviable ability to use the often forgotten skills of his hands, ears and eyes to lead him to a sound diagnosis without excessive recourse to modern technology. He was committed to his chosen profession and in retirement still liked to keep abreast of veterinary developments.

After schooling locally, Alan secured a place at the Royal (Dick) School of …

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