from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. master sergeant
- abbr. monosodium glutamate
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- abbr. Mono-Sodium Glutamate
- abbr. Any chemically free glutamate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See monosodium glutamate.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. white crystalline compound used as a food additive to enhance flavor; often used in Chinese cooking
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In total day, YES officials said the service outperformed the trio of SNY, MSG and MSG+, which together had 30,000 households.
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The NHL regular season is just about a week away and IslandersTV and MSG have teamed up for a special one-hour long edition of Islanders Illustrated, which airs tomorrow on MSG+ at 6: 30 pm.
By comparison, in the New York metro market, Verizon does not have access to Cablevision Systems 'MSG or MSG+ in HD or Time Warner Cable's NY1.
Just remember, if you switch to FiOS, you won’t get the HD feeds of MSG or MSG+, because Cablevision won’t offer them to Verizon in order to give themselves a competitive advantage.
MSG is starting after internal sports to get business behind from verizon & direct TV.
Several Section 1 schools have been apprehensive to signing contracts as great as carrying cameras during games, even nonetheless MSG is all taped.
Right right divided MSG is offering Section we Athletics some-more money.
The MSG is no longer a feral dog feeding on scraps.
` ` I went through (a shootout) last year, when I beat St. Louis, and I was really happy because it was in MSG, '' Valiquette said.