MSG or msg most commonly refers to: Monosodium glutamate, a salt that is found in various foods, naturally or artificially., MSG or msg may also refer to: Contents 1 Arts and entertainment 1.1 Music, , 2 Military, 3 Science and technology, 4 Other uses, Arts and entertainment: The Madison Square Garden Company, US owner of Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden, a sports arena in New York City, U.S., MSG (TV channel), US MSG Plus, the sister channel of MSG, MSG Varsity, high school sports television network in New York, MSG, NY, a television newscast, MSG Metro Channels, series of New York City cable networks (1998-2005), , , MSG: The Messenger, a 2015 Indian action film, Music: M. S. Gopalakrishnan, Indian violinist, Michael Schenker Group / McAuley Schenker Group, rock bands led by guitarist Michael Schenker M.S.G. (McAuley Schenker Group album), 1992, MSG (album), the second album by the Michael Schenker Group, Nightmare: The Acoustic M.S.G., an EP by the McAuley Schenker Group, released only in Japan, , Notorious MSG, New York based hip-hop group, M.S.G., a former Bloodhound Gang member, Military: HK MSG-90, a sniper rifle made in Germany by Heckler-Koch, Marine Security Guard, marines posted as guards at U.S. embassies abroad, Master Sergeant, a military rank, Missouri State Guard, an American Civil War militia, Science and technology: M-SG reducing agent, an alkali metal absorbed into silica gel, Meteosat Second Generation, a series of geostationary meteorological satellites, Microgravity Science Glovebox, on the International Space Station, Computing: a BITNET Relay MSG, an instant message on a precursor to the Internet, an e-mail filename extension used by Microsoft Outlook, MSG.exe, Windows Messenger service's successor in Microsoft Windows Vista for system notification, Other uses: The Message (Bible), an idiomatic translation of the Bible, Melanesian Spearhead Group, intergovernmental organization composed of four Melanesian states, Muettersproch-Gsellschaft (engl. society for the mother tongue), society for preservation of Alemannic dialects

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