MGS may refer to:

  • MgS, the molecular formula for magnesium sulfide

In multimedia:

  • Metal Gear Solid, a 1998 stealth action video game

In schools:

  • Manchester Grammar School, England
  • Maidstone Grammar School, Kent, England
  • Melbourne Grammar School, Australia
  • Methodist Girls' School, Singapore
  • Middleton Grange School, New Zealand

In mathematics:

  • Modified Gram-Schmidt, a method of orthogonalizing a set of vectors

In other uses:

  • Multiple gunshot suicide
  • Mars Global Surveyor, an American spacecraft launched in 1996
  • Modelling of General Systems, a domain-specific language for biological systems
  • Stryker Mobile Gun System, an armored fighting vehicle
  • Mason Gray Strange, Auctioneers & Valuers of Plant & Equipment Australia Wide

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The Memphis Tour - Background
... the MGs), with Lester Snell on keyboards ... The MGs were the Stax band who played on many of the original versions of the songs Sebastian recorded on the album ... Whilst recording The Memphis Album, The Mgs and Snell agreed to come to Australia to be Sebastian's backing band on his 2008 national tour ...
Metal Gear Online - Expansion Packs
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Mike Got Spiked - Move To America
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