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hand grenade

[′hand grə‚nād]
(ordnance)
A grenade designed to be thrown by hand.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"The explosions from the detonation of the flash bang devices caused loud ringing in both of plaintiff's ears and momentarily blinded him.
"The Nisshin Maru threw a flash bang grenade that exploded off the port stern of the Sun Laurel, leaving large black charred marks."
"Doors were busted, windows were busted, people were traumatized, someone was hit in the head with a flash bang," Michaels said Monday.
Despite many eyewitness accounts, Police denied reports that they used flash bang canisters to help break up the crowds, saying the loud noises came from large firecrackers thrown at police by protesters.
The open day will be staged at the School of Chemistry building in Deiniol Road on October 22 and includes a 'Flash Bang' show and a tour of the School with hands-on demonstrations.
GOING OFF POP: Harry Lewis experiences the effect of static electricity during a demonstration of the Top 10 Flash Bang Experiments at the Live Science stand.
Flash bang wallop, what a picture, as dance and photography mix in Held, an energetic blast of entertainment due to burst on to the Welsh Millennium Centre stage next week.
The next generation of police weaponry could include a laser which produces a 'plasma flash bang' to stun and disorient crime suspects, New Scientist magazine reported.
An SAS man said: "The princess had been warned to keep her driver's window up for protection but she left it down and a burning whistler from a flash bang landed in her hair.
Added to this, the Popular 'Flash Bang' Chemistry shows take place at 12pm and 1.30pm, guaranteeing plenty to do and see for people of all ages at the event.
1pm in the Science and Technology pavilion: Flash Bang Show - a fun-filled science show with bangs and smoke and wonderful science.
By the close of the evening every toe was tapping in the house as Crackley's Choral Group swept the audience along with their rendition of 'Flash Bang Wallop!' Headteacher Rob Duigan, who thanked staff for helping to prepare the evening, said: "Our pupils benefit so much from the rich variety of dramatic and musical opportunities presented to them at Crackley Hall.