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MAGMetal Active Gas (welding)
MAGMagazine
MAGMassive Action Game (video game)
MAGMagnetic
MAGMagnitude (astronomy)
MAGMagnesium
MAGMagician (Everquest)
MAGMotorcycle Action Group
MAGMines Advisory Group (UK)
MAGMagLite (Flashlight)
MAGMagister
MagMagister (degree)
MAGMaricopa Association of Governments
MAGMedical Association of Georgia (Atlanta)
MAGMagnetometer
MAGMines Advisory Group (humanitarian demining NGO, UK)
MAGMemorial Art Gallery (University of Rochester)
MAGMinisterio de Agricultura y Ganaderia (Ecuador)
MAGMyelin-Associated Glycoprotein
MAGMen's Artistic Gymnastics
MAGMobile Access Gateway
MAGMonitor Action Group (Namibia)
MAGManagement Advisory Group
MAGMaximum Available Gain
MAGMitrailleuse d'Appui General (Belgian machine gun)
MAgMaster of Agriculture
MAGMinimum Annual Guarantee
MAGMidwest Air Group, Inc.
MAGMid-Atlantic Group (Hardy Plant Society)
MAGMothers Against Guns (England)
MAGMilitary Airlift Group
MAGMetal Arc Gas (welding)
MAGMaximum Absorption Garment (NASA, astronaut diaper)
MAGMadang, Papua New Guinea - Madang (Airport Code)
MAGMainzer Aufbaugesellschaft mbH
MAGMission Assurance Guidelines
MAGMadares al Ghad (Schools of Tomorrow; educational program; United Arab Emirates)
MAGMicrowave Application Group
MAGMaritime Action Group
MAGMutual Assistance Group
MAGMiddle Aged Gamers (gaming clan)
MAGMilitary Accountant General
MAGMetropolitan Area Gateway
MAGMaster of Applied Geography
MAGMouvement pour les Assises de la Gauche (French: Mouvement for the Conference of the Left, Senegal)
MAGMajor Accounts Group
MAGMilitary Advisory/Assistance Group
MAGMission Area Group
MAGMessage Assessment Group
MAGMarine Aircraft/Air Group
MAGMarine Activity Group (TWG/TAT-14)
MAGMarine Activity Group
MAGMNC Allotment Group
MAGminimum allowed gain
MAGMorton Ann Gernsbacher (psychology)
MAGMemorandum of Agreement (document)
References in classic literature ?
It is a common amusement of speculative minds to contrast the magnitude of the most important events with the minuteness of their primeval causes, and the records of mankind are full of examples for such contemplations.
I remember that our astronomer, one day, spoke of the nature and magnitude of the sun.
The fruit somewhat resembles in magnitude and general appearance one of our citron melons of ordinary size; but, unlike the citron, it has no sectional lines drawn along the outside.
Really, sir, the world is of opinion that Judge Temple has tried the experiment fairly, though he did not cause his loaves to be cast in moulds of the magnitude that would suit your magnificent conceptions.
Here it was joined by a river of greater magnitude and swifter current, and their united waters swept off through the valley in one impetuous stream, which, from its rapidity and turbulence, had received the name of the Mad River.
Comets, out of question, have likewise power and effect, over the gross and mass of things; but they are rather gazed upon, and waited upon in their journey, than wisely observed in their effects; specially in, their respective effects; that is, what kind of comet, for magnitude, color, version of the beams, placing in the reign of heaven, or lasting, produceth what kind of effects.
Many besides Angel have learnt that the magnitude of lives is not as to their external displacements, but as to their subjective experiences.
I could conjure up no comparison that would convey to my mind a satisfactory comprehension of the magnitude of a pile of monstrous stones that covered thirteen acres of ground and stretched upward four hundred and eighty tiresome feet, and so I gave it up and walked down to the Sphynx.
He enjoyed, in common with Moestlin, Kepler's professor, the rare faculty of distinguishing the satellites of Jupiter with the naked eye, and of counting fourteen of the stars in the group of Pleiades, the remotest of them being only of the ninth magnitude.
In large letters was the name of a firm well-known to Philip, Lynn and Sedley, Regent Street, London; and below, in type smaller but still of some magnitude, was the dogmatic statement: Procrastination is the Thief of Time.
It is natural that these and a countless and infinite quantity of other reasons, the number depending on the endless diversity of points of view, presented themselves to the men of that day; but to us, to posterity who view the thing that happened in all its magnitude and perceive its plain and terrible meaning, these causes seem insufficient.
I was thinking," he said, "of the uncommon magnitude of that grass-hopper.