SMG

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SMGSub-Machine Gun
SMGSub Machine Gun (gaming, Halo 2)
SMGSuper Mario Galaxy (game)
SMGSarah Michelle Gellar
SMGStudio Movie Grill (various locations)
SMGSequential Manual Gearbox (BMW)
SMGSt. Maria Goretti (various locations)
SMGSeoul Metropolitan Government (South Korea)
SMGSocial Media Group (Canada)
SMGSchool of Management (School of Management at Boston University)
SMGStock Market Game
SMGSwiss Medical Group (various locations)
SMGSteal My Girl (One Direction song)
SMGStrategic Management and Globalization (various locations)
SMGSmime Gateway
SMGSequential Manual Gearbox
SMGService Management Group
SMGSignal Media Gateway
SMGSecure Messaging Gateway
SMGSurvivable Media Gateway
SMGSpecial Mobile Group
SMGSpecialty Medical Group
SMGShanghai Municipal Government (Shanghai, China)
SMGSentara Medical Group (Virginia)
SMGSenior Management Group (JWID)
SMGSelective Mutism Group (anxiety disorder)
SMGSyndicat de La Médecine Générale (French: Union of General Medicine; est. 1975)
SMGSchool of Management and Governance (Netherlands)
SMGScandinavian Music Group (Finnish band)
SMGStato Maggiore Generale (Italian: General Staff)
SMGSpecial Mobile Group (ITU 3G telecom standards development body)
SMGSpaceflight Meteorology Group
SMGStrategic Marketing Group (Lake Tahoe, CA)
SMGSister Machine Gun (band)
SMGSpeed Made Good
SMGSchonbraun McCann Group (New York)
SMGStaff Major General (various armed forces)
SMGSolutions Marketing Group
SMGSuperior Manufacturing Group (various locations)
SMGStrategic Management Group, Inc.
SMGSales and Marketing Group (Intel)
SMGSonic Mega Collection (video game)
SMGSubMalevolent Grace (gaming)
SMGSubatomic Machine Gun (Robocraft weaponry)
SMGSuchtgiftverordnung (Austrian narcotics law)
SMGSilenced Machine Gun (gaming)
SMGSaban Music Group (est. 1983)
SMGShoreline Management Guidelines
SMGStatistical Multiplexing Gain
SMGScreen Management Guide
SMGSisselman Medical Group, PC
SMGSurvivable Media Gateway (Siemens)
SMGServices Management Group
SMGSunday Morning Gathering
SMGSupermastergroup
SMGStandard Mail Guard
SMGSecure Mail Gateway
SMGService Management Gateway
SMGSemi-Manual Gearbox
SMGSuper MechaGodzilla (fan fiction)
SMGSomali Manifesto Group (political party)
SMGSecure Mail Guard
SMGSociété Métallurgique de Gerzat (French: Metallurgical Society of Gerzat; France)
SMGSymposium Mines Guinée (French: Guinea Mining Symposium)
SMGSliding Mode Guidance
SMGShelter Management Guide
SMGSimulation Model Generator
SMGSoftware Message Generator
SMGSportplatz Maschinenbau GmbH (German: Sports Ground Engineering Ltd.)
SMGSpeciality Management Group (various companies)
SMGSociete Méridionale de Granulats (French: Company of Southern Aggregates)
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Meanwhile, the old-fashioned sequential manual gearbox is hopeless in auto mode: clunky, agricultural and less decisive than a Commons debate on Brexit.
The R200 is a development from the M Sport Fiesta R2 and now has a five-speed sequential manual gearbox and an extra 30bhp from its 1.6-litre engine.
First seen in the TT 3.2 V6 coupe, this system is based around a sequential manual gearbox but utilizes an ingenious twin clutch system to ensure creamy smoothness.
It is equipped with a normally-aspirated 1.6-litre four-cylinder petrol engine coupled with a five-speed sequential manual gearbox with the shifter mounted on the steering column.
There's a sequential manual gearbox and that massive rear wing.
Before September 2001 all are left-hand drive, but since they are all very narrowand come with a sequential manual gearbox and automatic clutch it doesn't make much difference.
Drive is via a seven-speed sequential manual gearbox with Drivelogic ( the world's first such transmission that has already seen service in the BMW M5 and the M6 CoupA.
But the M5 has convinced me that the paddles, which are linked to an all-new seven-speed Sequential Manual Gearbox, can be more exhilarating than manual shifting because it takes a millisecond--during which the vehicle doesn't lose any noticeable speed.
Many of the engine parts have come from the BMW Williams F1 car and it has a seven-speed Sequential Manual Gearbox.
Three six-speed transmission systems are on offer, including a standard manual and optional six-speed automatic with Steptronic and also a Sequential Manual Gearbox option with steering wheel-mounted shift buttons.
A third option, SMG (for "Sequential Manual Gearbox") mates the six-speed manual with an electro-hydraulic shift mechanism, and does away with the clutch pedal.
The 6-Speed Sequential Manual Gearbox (SMG)--available at a later date with the optional Sport Package--is a clutchless electro-hydraulically shifted manual gearbox that will shift either automatically or on driver demand through the console lever or paddles on the steering wheal.
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