LMS may refer to:

  • Lawrence Mark "Larry" Sanger, co-founder of Wikipedia
  • Labeled magnitude scale, a scaling technique
  • Lady Manners School, a seventeenth century comprehensive school in Bakewell, England.
  • Lancaster Mennonite School, a school located in Lancaster, PA.
  • Last man standing (gaming), a gametype featured in several computer and video games
  • Last Man Standing Coop, a Doom 3 cooperative-play modification
  • Latin Mass Society, a Roman Catholic organisation promoting the traditional Latin Mass
  • Le Mans Series, a European sports car racing series
  • Leamington Spa railway station, England; National Rail station code LMS
  • Learning management system, software used in education
  • Least mean squares filter, an adaptive filter algorithm for digital signal processing
  • Leiomyosarcoma, a rare form of cancer
  • Lenz microphthalmia syndrome
  • Library management system; synonym for integrated library system (ILS)
  • Licentiate in Medicine and Surgery; taken to mean the equivalent of "licensed medical surgeon"
  • Like My Status; a common prefix used on statuses on Facebook where the writer of the status implies
    that something will happen if one of their friends were to "like" it
  • Linear multistep method, a class of methods for approximating solutions to differential equations
  • LMS, a hip hop band made of children of reggae artist Denroy Morgan
  • LMS color space
  • LMS International, an engineering software and services company based in Leuven, Belgium
  • Local Management of Schools, the financial procedures established for schools in England and Wales by
    the Education Reform Act 1988
  • Local Mitigation Strategy
  • Location Message Service
  • Logistics Management System, a system that aims to provide the means to acquire and deliver material
    and human resources
  • London Mathematical Society
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway
  • London Missionary Society
  • Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, a rugby league footballer for St. Helens RLFC
  • Lord Mayor's Show, one of the longest established and best known annual events in London which dates back to 1535.
  • Logitech Media Server, streaming audio server software

Other articles related to "lms":

LMS Diesel Shunter 7057
... LMS diesel shunter 7057 was built by Harland Wolff ... in July 1934 and the locomotive was taken into LMS stock in February 1935 ...
LNWR Class D - Numbering
... All passed into LMS ownership in 1923, and the LMS assigned them the numbers 9002-64, sequentially in order of rebuild date ... The LMS rebuilt all of the Ds with the addition of superheating, taking them into Class G1, nicknamed "Super Ds" between 1925 and 1934 ... Many carried their LNWR numbers until rebuilt for a second time, and the LMS number thereafter ...
LMS Rebuilt Jubilee Class
... The London Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) Rebuilt Jubilee Class consisted of two 4-6-0 steam locomotives ... Both were rebuilt in 1942 from the LMS Jubilee Class engines—5736 Phoenix in April 1942 and 5735 Comet a month later ... They were the second and third examples of the LMS 2A boilered 4-6-0 locomotives, following on from the 1935 pioneer rebuild 6170 British Legion ...
List Of British Railways Steam Locomotives As Of 31 December 1967 - Locomotive Classes
... The vast majority were to two ex-LMS classes designed by William Stanier 151 ex-LMS Black Fives and 150 ex-LMS 8Fs ... The remaining 58 were an assortment of four BR standard classes and one other ex-LMS class ...