lancer : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n (formerly) a cavalryman armed with a lance
- A free-lancer who has stood the gaff long enough to become successful finds it a good life.
- Says Free-Lancer Maurice Zolotow, who often writes about personalities in the entertainment world: "Once every year most free-lancers are bound to go through a period of .
- Boyer, 52, free lancer who has contributed profiles to The New Yorker and also written for the Daily Worker.
News & Articles
- Lancer Introduces TouchPoint Beverage Dispenser
Lancer unveils new high-tech and innovative TouchPoint beverage dispenser at the NRA Show in Chicago. (PRWeb June 26, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10870065.htm
June 26, 2013 - PRWeb
- Tom Corbett in IFAwebnews.com
Dr. Means' scam was just another part of the elaborate attempt to scam the bus companies, Lancer and Rutgers,Corbett said. "The treatments that she billed for were not done and, even if they had been done, they would have served no purpose...
- Peter Chapple-Hyam in Sportinglife.co.za
After we had beaten Red Lancer into second twice, it was good to see him get his just deserts,said Chapple-Hyam. "But we have got the same problem as they are both geldings, which rules us out of some races, including the Arc de Triomphe."
- Gigi Galli in Motorsport.com
It's been a very difficult weekend,said Gigi at the finish. "The thing I am the most sorry about is that every day I have not been able to do what I like with the car; this is the first time with the Lancer I have felt like that. Every...