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Soane

Sir John. 1753--1837, British architect. His work includes Dulwich College Art Gallery (1811--14) and his own house in Lincoln's Inn Fields, London (1812--13), which is now the Sir John Soane's Museum
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Soane Tonga'uiha's try reduced the gap to seven but Nicolas Sanchez, who also kicked 20 points, darted over and Julian Montoya and Santiago Cordero tries rounded things off.
And so, the self-portrait that Soane (1753-1837) drew up in his continually evolving group of terrace houses, enshrined in an Act of Parliament as his own house-museum, is almost complete.
Into the team come full-back Brice Dulin, centre Remi Lamerat, wing Soane Guitoune, scrum-half Morgan Parra and lock Romain Taofenua.
Gunn grabbed his second of the game in 85 minutes to seal the win before Forres' misery was compounded when sub Stuart Soane was shown a straight red for shouting abuse at referee Graham Fraser.
Contract award: Masterplan Core Project - Opening up the Soane - Phase 2.
Soane died in 1837 and during his life collected furniture and art, much of which is now housed here.
Falcons responded after the interval with another Gopperth penalty, but Foden recorded his second try after 49 minutes and Soane Tonga'uiha raced over seven minutes later.
DuraFizz founder David Soane, formerly a tenured chemical engineering professor at the University of California, Berkeley; Dan Jacques, a former executive with Ocean Spray; and Lauren Fortin, a University of Massachusetts-trained food scientist, are working on the project.
A powerhouse front row of Soane Tonga'uiha, Aleki Lutui - both known to Premiership fans - plus Cardiff's Taufa'ao Filise will be in the thick of things, while rampaging back-row forward Finau Maka has been passed fit to play.
But despite its association with Sir John Soane and status as one of Wales' most important surviving country homes, Piercefield has for several decades been little more than a relic of its glorious past.
O'Brien, 23, won out despite competition from fellow Blues Isa Nacewa and Jamie Heaslip, as well as Soane Tonga'uiha of Northampton and Stade Francais' Sergio Parisse.
Alastair Soane, chair of the race committee, said: "This will be the biggest sailing event for probably 70 or 80 years on the River Mersey, and interest is already very high.