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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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The M50FW040 is the first result of an ongoing cooperation with Intel in Hub Architecture chips.
NASDAQ-NMS: ODSI)(ODS), a leading intelligent hub developer and manufacturer of the Infinity(TM) enterprise hub today announced the Ethernet "Hub-of-Hub" modules with per-port switching and per-port protocol analysis.
0 Hub IP cores are hard to find, and we are happy to offer this differentiated and silicon-validated technology to a broader market.
The Infinity Hub is a natural platform from which to begin offering the benefits of the VIVID next-generation LAN architecture.
HUB's purchase of Fortun Insurance provides a new platform for growth for all our employees, as well as for Hub International.
ABX Air will have an opportunity to earn additional performance incentives beyond the existing contractual incentives in its ACMI Agreement and Hub Services Agreement if it can achieve very significant cost reductions in 2006.
Headquartered in Chicago, IL, Hub International Limited is a leading North American insurance brokerage that provides a broad array of property and casualty, life and health, employee benefits, investment and risk management products and services through offices located in the United States and Canada.
The maximum incremental mark-up that ABX Air can earn from costs incurred during the third and fourth quarters of 2005 from its quarterly cost-related incentives under the Hub Services Agreement will be increased from approximately 0.
The company president, Richard Di Clemente, will continue to lead as president of the new hub.
Using the new two-way hubs, the IPsys Broadband and IPsys BoD services will allow our customers to establish two-way networks by directly linking remote sites to the hubs entirely independent of terrestrial infrastructure, while also employing low-cost end-user terminals and small antennas.
Addressing the growing demand to cut costs in price-sensitive applications such as digital media, mobile, printers and multi-functional devices, the new USB2502 hub controller offers a 2-port device for those applications where the primary system requirement is to double the available number of USB2.
0 hubs force connected full-speed peripherals to share a single 12 Mbps data channel, which can bottleneck data and render a system inoperable when multiple devices are used simultaneously.