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Synonyms for hub

a point of origin from which ideas or influences, for example, originate

a place of concentrated activity, influence, or importance

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the central part of a car wheel (or fan or propeller etc) through which the shaft or axle passes

a center of activity or interest or commerce or transportation

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With Kooky Klickers quickly selling out at toy and specialty retailers, secondary market channels like eBay have become an active hub for Kooky collector trading.
The CHACR~s mission is to: conduct and sponsor research and analysis into the enduring nature and changing character of conflict on land; and to be the active hub for scholarship and debate within the Army; in order to develop and sustain the Army~s conceptual component of fighting power.
The new Coax Equalizing DA hubs are available with BNC (NV-862BNC - NV-1662BNC) inputs and the standard 32-channel active hub is available with screw terminal (NV-3262R) or RJ45 (NV-3262J) inputs.
When fully occupied, the complex will become an active hub of research, instruction and business development, with some 1,000 daily occupants including faculty, researchers, industry partners, and students.
This technology provides extremely reliable high performance over the Fibre Channel interface and acts as an active hub for connecting cabinets.
In 1998, the New York Mercantile Exchange selected Cinergy to be its transmission hub for Midwest electricity futures trading, which has become the most active hub in the United States.
In 1998 the New York Mercantile Exchange selected Cinergy to be its transmission hub for Midwest electricity futures trading, which has become the most active hub in the United States.
It features nStor's hot-swappable loop resiliency circuit (LRC) cards that handle Fibre Channel re-timing and clock recovery on both the transmit and receive signals, while serving as an active hub for cabinet daisy-chaining.
nStor's hot-swappable loop resiliency circuit (LRC) cards handle Fibre Channel re-timing and clock recovery on both the transmit and receive signals, while acting as an active hub for cabinet daisy-chaining.