Mansfield Frazier tells lance Armstrong to take his advice on how to get it over with as quickly as possible.
Between promotional engagements, Gibney is also completing his investigation into disgraced cyclist lance Armstrong.
How did you and lance Bass become connected and working partners on Kidnapped for Christ?
late 13c. (late 12c. as a surname), from Old French lance (12c.), from Latin lancea "light spear, Spanish lance" (Italian lancia, Spanish lanza), possibly of Celt-Iberian origin. The French word spread into Germanic (cf. German Lanze, Middle Dutch lanse, Dutch lans, Danish landse). Lance corporal (1786) is from obsolete lancepesade "officer of lowest rank" (1570s), from Old Italian lancia spezzata "old soldier," literally "broken lance."
See lancet. v. lanced, lanc·ing, lanc·es
To make an incision in, as with a lancet.