hubs

bush

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  • hubs — hÊŒb n. center of a wheel into which the spokes are placed; central point around which other things revolve; center, focus; center of activity; (Computers) central part of a disk that is held by the drive in order to make it turn at the correct… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • HUBS — Kötülük, fenalık, yaramazlık …   Yeni Lügat Türkçe Sözlük

  • HUBŞ — Sesi güzel olan bir ku …   Yeni Lügat Türkçe Sözlük

  • hubs — plural of hub present third singular of hub …   Useful english dictionary

  • Hubs and Nodes — is a geographic model, explaining how linked regions can cooperate to fulfill elements of an industry s value chain, and collectively gain sufficient mass to drive innovation growth. The model of hubs and nodes builds on Porter s cluster model… …   Wikipedia

  • Hubs und Authorities — Als Hubs und Authorities lassen sich in der Netzwerktheorie herausragende Knoten anhand ihrer Verlinkung einteilen. Vereinfacht gesagt sind Hubs und Authorities dabei Knoten, die mit vielen anderen Knoten verbunden sind – beispielsweise bekannte… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Locking hubs — Locking hubs, also known as free wheeling hubs are an accessory fitted to many four wheel drive vehicles, allowing the front wheels to be manually disconnected from the front half shafts.Since many older four wheel drive vehicles do not have a… …   Wikipedia

  • Former airline hubs — This is a list of defunct airline hubs of major passenger airlines.Major passenger airlines and their hubsNorth America*American Airlines (AA)International Airport] (BNA), Raleigh Durham International Airport (RDU), and San Jose International… …   Wikipedia

  • large hubs — Those airports that account for at least 1% of total passenger enplanements. Other airport categories with respect to the percentage of passenger enplanements are medium hubs (0.25–0.999%), small hubs (0.05–0.249%), and nonhubs (with less than… …   Aviation dictionary

  • medium hubs — Those airports that account for between 0.25 and 1% of total passenger enplanements. Large hubs account for at least 1% of total passenger enplanements; small hubs, 0.05 to 0.249%; and nonhubs, less than 0.05% …   Aviation dictionary

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