hand grenade


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hand grenade

[′hand grə‚nād]
(ordnance)
A grenade designed to be thrown by hand.
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There was a huge emergency services response at an industrial estate on Kirkby Bank Road, after a suspected hand grenade was found
The hand grenade, which was buried in the ground along with three others, exploded when workers set fire to dry herbs nearby.
An army explosive team was drafted in yesterday morning after police investigating an earlier explosion in Fremington Court, Upper York Street, Spon End came across a hand grenade.
In Hirmel-North Lebanon, 2 Soviet-made hand grenades were safely dismantled by army sappers, while a 52-year-old driver from Jbeil rammed with his car a pine tree where he died shortly after of his injuries at Lady Martin' s hospital.
22 mm ammunition, forty-five rounds of T-56 ammunition, one hand grenade, one T-56 tool kit, five T-56 magazines, twenty-four 60 mm bombs and 8 kg of unidentified explosives during a search in Puthukudirippu.
The hand grenade went off today around 11:00 am (0800 GMT) in a parking lot used by the union in the Wata Al-Msaytbi district but no one was harmed," an army spokesman told AFP.
POLICE sealed off part of a tip at Rover Way, Cardiff, yesterday after heavy vehicles exposed a hand grenade in the mud.
People were told to vacate Hoylake Municipal Golf Club, on Carr Lane, after a suspected hand grenade was discovered in the grounds just after 2.
NINEWA / Aswat al-Iraq: One civilian was killed and two more were wounded in a hand grenade explosion in central Mosul on Wednesday, a source from the Ninewa Operations Command said.
AYIA NAPA Police sealed off one of the town's main roads yesterday after a restaurant owner stumbled upon a live hand grenade that had been thrown onto his premises.
ARMY bomb disposal experts were called to a charity shop after staff found what appeared to be a hand grenade among the donations.
POLICE called a halt to an interview with an assault victim - after spotting a World War II hand grenade on the mantelpiece of his Birmingham home.