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hand grenade

[′hand grə‚nād]
(ordnance)
A grenade designed to be thrown by hand.
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Nade is due to go on trial in May, with a pre-trial hearing scheduled for April.
Nade knows what it takes to win promotion back to the top flight, having helped Dundee seal a return to the Premiership in 2014 during his brief stint at Dens Park.
Jefferies, though, insisted Nade was omitted from the squad due to recent poor performances and not the behind-thescenes issue.
With the Hoops defence again all over the place, the lunging Fox tripped Nade inside the box as the Frenchman and while Zaluska got his hand to Stewart's unconvincing penalty, he failed to stop the ball making its way over the line.
The following hypotheses are postulated and tested: (1) There is a difference between age groups in ethnic identity, presumably peaking between the ages of 16 and 18; (2) Participation in Koraci Nade influences ethnic identitys in a positive direction; (3) Friendships across ethnic boundaries enhance ethnic identity; (4) Participation in the Koraci Nade groups promotes cross-ethnic friendships.
Just three minutes into the second period Nade raced clear and MacKenzie sped from his area and then stood his ground as the striker lobbed the ball over his head and wide of the empty net.
Nade came on after an hour to turn the game and set up fellow sub Mark Stewart for the leveller then provided the low cross for Froxylias's finish to clinch the points for Dumbarton.
Hearts could have won it in the final seconds as Jamie Langfield failed to clear a corner but a mass of bodies in front of the home goal prevented Goncalves, David Obua and Nade from finding the net.
The dismissal fired up the home fans, who viewed the decision as an injustice, but for the first time in the game Hearts sensed they had the advantage and in the 38th minute Nade fired them ahead.
Nade, a free transfer signing from Le Havre in the summer, scored the winner five minutes from the break for his first Premiership goal for the Blades.