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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 had begun the remodelling of this section of the north terrace of Lincoln's Inn Fields in 1792 when he pulled down and rebuilt No.12, incorporating a graceful geometrical stone staircase and a series of elegant interiors.
Keith manager Dean Donaldson hopes his side can prevent Soane adding to his tally, despite not being at full strength for the trip to Mosset Park.
Soane House has a total of five bedrooms and three bath or shower rooms.
But skipper Soane was delighted to end a four-game run without a win for the Can-Cans, including last weekend's Scottish Cup exit.
But at the outset, the three architects approached their task differently; none of them had ever built a church, and Soane in particular was vociferously anti-clerical.
"Ark Soane will have an ethos of the very highest expectations for every member of our school community.
Soane's house-museum in Lincoln's Inn Fields is one of the only London museums still in existence that dates back in its present form to the Romantic period.
"Soane Guitoune was with us in November 2013, and was even a starter during that campaign.
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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.
A one-on-one propping duel with Tongan giant Soane Tonga'uiha provides one of many mouthwatering tussles in the last game of the calendar year.