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In September, a military hand grenade explosion in Limassol caused severe damage to five cars, but nobody was hurt.
Given the fact the opposing trench systems in some sectors were as close as 10 to 20 meters apart, the grenade provided the answer.
Cregan gunned down Mr Short outside his home in Clayton, Greater Manchester, in August that year before he threw a grenade at him.
The blast left an eight inch wide and two inch deep ditch where they found a safety pin and safety lever of the detonated hand grenade.
The grenade was noticed by one of the crew members as it rolled out from under a seat, creating panic.
In early 1915 the former engineer opened the Mills Munitions Factory in the city making the Mills Bomb Hand Grenade which was the first "safe" grenade.
A security source in Anbar told the reporter of the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that armed elements attacked a civilian house in the neighborhood of the stadium in downtown Ramadi used a grenade.
Guwahati, July 24 ( ANI ): Suspected militants lobbed two to three grenades in Assam's Lakhimpur town on Tuesday night and reportedly injured five persons.
BEIRUT: A hand grenade exploded near a public kindergarten in Akkar Wednesday, with no reported casualties or material damage.
It turned out the grenade was one used for drills and thereforf e not explosivei .
For a start, it's about twice the size of a real grenade and made of plastic.
By either decreasing or increasing the amount of gas directed at the disk base of the grenade, the soldier could vary the velocity and range of the grenade.

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