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What does HMG stand for?

HMG stands for High Moral Ground

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But, on the issue of racism, the FA took a spectacular dive from the high moral ground when it banned an England captain, John Terry for just four games after finding him guilty of aiming racist abuse at Anton Ferdinand.
While commenting on SC's stance he said, "I fully believe the Supreme Court has the high moral ground while the government is standing on the wrong wicket," Nawaz said.
With the US increasingly occupying an international cowboy role in world politics, especially after the end of the Cold War which saw the demise of the Soviet Union, it is perhaps understandable to some extent to excuse this oppressive behavior were it not for the high moral ground that the consecutive US administrations pretend to hold.
THE CONGRESS, which came under a cloud over the Batla House ( in Jamia Nagar, Delhi) encounter, took the high moral ground over the fake killings in Gujarat on Tuesday.