No, I can only do that if I already have an idea that MoA refers to something about shooting. Otherwise "MoA groups" could mean anything. Think reading "shooting marshmallow bags" if you didn't know what marshmallows were, how would you know that marshmallow bags are directly linked to the act of shooting? I did not even know that you were talking about shooting in a literal sense, it was used in a metaphorical sense before that. One of the acronym definitions that I had found had been Minute of Angle, but the translated /Winkelminute/ is not primarily connected to the act of shooting, and it's a mathematical concept, not used as a name of a method. I did do several online searches. It's not as simple as you may be thinking it is.Or you could have searched, "MoA marksmanship," or "MoA shooting" to put it in appropriate context for your search engine. No worries.
Edit: Fun fact, now you know why the thinking that attaining certain types of knowledge and general education is no longer really necessary because you can instantly look things up these days is misguided. You have to know things in order to be able to look up things.