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JMS is a three-letter abbreviation with multiple meanings, as described below:
- EverBank Field, a sports stadium in Jacksonville, Florida, home of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Formerly known as Jacksonville Municipal Stadium
- Providence (religious movement)'s Jesus Morning Star church, also known as Providence, founded by Jung Myung Seok
- Johannesburg Muslim School, a private school in Johannesburg, South Africa
- John Mason School, a secondary school in Abingdon, Oxfordshire
- Japanese MapleStory, a version of the Korean game, Maplestory
- Java Message Service, a Java message-oriented middleware application programming interface for sending messages between two or more clients
- Java Module System, a Java specification "defining a distribution format and a repository for collections of Java code and related resources; it also defines the discovery, loading, and integrity mechanisms at runtime"
- Joinery Management System, A computer program for joinery companies to do cutting list and estimates. Joinery Management System is by Joinerysoft Ltd
- J. Michael Straczynski (born 1954), contemporary fiction and television writer
- John Maynard Smith (1920–2004), geneticist and evolutionary theorist
- John Michael Stipe, known as Michael Stipe (born 1960), lead singer of the band R.E.M.
- Jung Myung Seok (born 1945), leader of Providence religious movement
- Journal of Mass Spectrometry, a scientific journal dedicated to mass spectrometry
- The Journal of Men's Studies, Social studies journal
- Junior medical student, in the list of medical abbreviations: J
- Journal of Management Studies, Management studies journal
- Journal of Materials Science, materials science journal
- Johnson Motor Sports, Racing and Performance Company located at 3247 Hwy 63 S. Lucedale, Mississippi
- Jesus Morning Star, a religious movement founded by Jung Myung Seok
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