hand grenade

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hand grenade

[′hand grə‚nād]
(ordnance)
A grenade designed to be thrown by hand.
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Concussion grenades were hurled into the compound and several vehicles were damaged in the attack.
On the other side of the bridge, a relatively small faction of the "blue" group entered into violent confrontations with police, who responded with tear gas, concussion grenades and water cannons.
One Capitol Hill resident stated that "the riot police advanced down Broadway back towards my apartment, firing concussion grenades and tear gas the whole time.
It confirms a parallel development in the recent upheaval on the streets of Seattle, in which a significant number of local residents were spontaneously swept up into action, even in the face of anti-personnel gas, plastic bullets, concussion grenades and mass arrests followed by abuse during jail custody and trumped up charges.
RAMALLAH -- Some 450 Jewish settlers storm Al-Aqsa mosque on first day of Eid Al-Adha with escort of Israeli troops that fire rubber-coated bullets and concussion grenades, injuring 61 Palestinians.
During this time the soldiers also threw three concussion grenades over a wall into the Hebron School.
Israeli forces fired tear gas canisters and concussion grenades at the journalists who were holding a protest rally in support of detained Palestine TV reporter Ali Dar Ali causing several cases of suffocation from tear gas inhalation.
The sources said that dozens of soldiers invaded Zubeidat town, North of Jericho in the occupied West Bank, and fired many gas bombs, concussion grenades and flares, IMEMC reported.
Concussion grenades were thrown into the crowd and machine-gun fire was used, according to security sources.
RIOT cops with shotguns, clubs, tear gas and concussion grenades smashed Bahrain's freedom protests yesterday, killing five people and leaving 300 wounded.
Riot police fired rubber bullets and used long batons, plastic shields, concussion grenades and stun guns in clashes in Miami with hundreds of demonstrators protesting at free-trade talks .
They claimed Swiss security squads were heavy-handed and used tear gas, concussion grenades, rubber bullets and water cannons against demonstrators.