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hand grenade

[′hand grə‚nād]
(ordnance)
A grenade designed to be thrown by hand.
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Then, as troops lobbed flash bangs - stun grenades used to confuse the enemy - a stray spark landed in her hair.
WHAT A HIT J The car ploughed through a barrier and into the base of the camera FLASH BANG WALLOP J Camera SHAKEN UP J Nick Cave with a police officer after the incident
Neil has played Kipps before for Huddersfield Light Opera and both he and Gemma say their favourite number in the show is Flash Bang Wallop.
This is a tense thriller which deals in emotion, pains and abuse rather than the flash bang spectacle of the average Hollywood movie.
A distraught man kept deputies at bay for more than seven hours Saturday before surrendering after deputies threw rocks and a flash bang grenade into his parents' home, sheriff's officials said.
The School of Chemistry will present the popular Flash Bang show at 1pm and 3.
Visually, the whole thing was fantastic - the costumes looked like they had been coloured in by a hyperactive child let loose with the Crayolas, the set must have used at least a tonne of glitter, and there were a couple of excellent moments when, with a flash bang from the floor-standing fireworks, characters magically transformed from rags to riches.
Big numbers like Flash Bang Wallop were sung excellently but lacked sparkle with fairly static dance routines while the stage looked rather flat in the finale.
Look out for Flash Bang Wallop, If the Rain's Got to Fall and Half a Sixpence.
The School of Chemistry will put on the daily Flash Bang show, while interactive displays from the College of Natural Sciences will include a cancer research exhibition, sea life displays and fun ways to find out more about food choices, healthy living and sustainability.
TV and theatre favourite Gary Wilmot leads this new production of Half a Sixpence, featuring all your favourite songs such as Flash Bang Wallop, If The Rain's Got To Fall and, of course, Half a Sixpence.