Lancely

Lance´ly


a.1.Like a lance.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Posing "Who", "What", or "Why" questions can allow the student and the teacher to identify the reason for the undesirable behavior (Lancely, 1999)
Acording to Lancely, the institutional support for these students is strong and well-directed.
The other district representatives taking part were: Lister, St Ambrose, Great Crosby, Shoreside, Poulton Lancely and St Laurence's.
With this work, Rogan (communication, Wake Forest U.) and Lancely (formerly a senior negotiator for the Federal Bureau of Investigation and director of the FBI's crisis negotiation course) have added to the scholarly literature on crisis and hostage negotiation by inviting academics and practitioners to present their most current thinking and work.