AMCG

AcronymDefinition
AMCGAnorthosite-Mangerite-Charnockite-Granite (geology)
AMCGAlaskan Malamute Club Gerasdorf (Austrian dog breeders club)
AMCGAuto Model-Club du Golfe (French model car club)
AMCGAviation Management Consulting Group
AMCGApplied Modelling and Computation Group (UK)
AMCGÁrea Metropolitana de la Ciudad de Guatemala (Spanish: Metropolitan area of the City of Guatemala)
AMCGAuto Moto Club Generoso (Mendrisio, Switzerland)
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The obtained U-Pb zircon ages are in good agreement with the age of the 1580 Ma AMCG Riga batholith in Latvia and western Estonia, which is a good example of bimodal felsic and basic magmatism (Ramo et al.
Korja & Heikkinen (1995) as well as Puura & Floden (1999) suggested that the long-lasting voluminous AMCG magmatism at 1.65-1.50 Ga in the Baltic Shield and beneath the Baltic Sea could have been a result of decompressional melting caused by the extension of the lithosphere and thinning of the crust during post-collisional collapse in the latest Svecofennian.
45 Ga anorthosite-mangerite-charnockite-granite (AMCG) plutonism in Lithuania: implications for the Mesoproterozoic evolution of the East European Craton.
The game Miracle Journey to the West still remains one of China's most popular mobile games since it launched in May 2006, with a current subscriber base of more than 20.4 million as of July 31, 2010, contributing 73% to the total registered subscriber base of AMCG.
Peter Liu, CEO and president of AMCG. "Due to our hard work to ensure a gaming experience, our games attract large user base and remain substantial month-on-month growth rate."