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hub

(hŭb)
The expanded portion of a hollow needle that serves as a handle for manipulation and as a site of attachment for a syringe, infusion tube, or some other appliance.

hub

(hŭb)
A central structure into which other structures are anchored, attached, or stabilized.

hub

(hŭb)
The expanded portion of a hollow needle that serves as a handle for manipulation and as a site of attachment for a syringe, infusion tube, or some other appliance.

hub,

n that part of a needle that connects to a syringe barrel. Usually made of plastic or metal.
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ABX Air and DHL will undertake negotiation of additional modifications to the Hub Services Agreement and the ACMI Agreement to create greater risk/reward metrics for performance under these agreements.
As previously disclosed, ABX Air's labor costs incurred under the Hub Services Agreement during the first quarter of 2005 were higher than budgeted.
We know and respect the people and culture at Hub International, and we are excited about the opportunity to grow as part of the organization," he said.
In Latin America, New Skies has launched a new IP broadband network hub provided by Shiron Satellite Communications at the company's state-of-the-art Washington D.
0 peripherals such as printers, scanners and storage devices, where a 2-port, low power hub allows users to daisy-chain their USB wiring from peripheral-to-peripheral rather then requiring that each device be directly wired back to the PC," said Steve Nelson, Vice President of Marketing - Connectivity Solutions at SMSC.
Xchange Hubs include a patent-pending text processing technology that delivers superior performance and flexibility in handling a wide variety of unstructured text streams," said Bill Miller, XAware's Chief Executive Officer.
This new enhanced range of UTP active receiver DA hubs was specifically designed for larger CCTV system applications.
Hub International Limited (NYSE: HBG and TSX: HBG) today announced the January 1, 2004 asset acquisition of a group of commercial insurance accounts controlled by Martin Kir, an Ontario insurance broker and producer.
Cypress's TetraHub technology eliminates the 'downtime penalty' of single-TT hubs, enabling end-users to enjoy the full potential of their peripheral devices.
Hughes noted that the changes resulted from an ongoing review of operations and organization by Hub's management committee, which includes the presidents of the company's regional hubs and members of corporate management.
Hub International's growth strategy includes the acquisition of large, entrepreneurial brokerages that service primarily middle market clients, and the expansion of these regional hubs through fold-in acquisitions of smaller, local firms.