HUB


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AcronymDefinition
HUBHusky Union Building (University of Washington)
HUBHistorically Underutilized Business
HUBHogeschool-Universiteit Brussel (Brussels, Belgium)
HUBHumboldt-Universität zu Berlin (German: Humboldt University Berlin)
HUBHull University Business (UK)
HUBHetzel Union Building (Penn State)
HUBHudson United Bank (New York and New Jersey)
HUBHydrocarbon-Utilizing Bacteria
HUBHold Up Battery
HUBHSBC Universal Banking System
HUBHellenic United Backbone
HUBHarvard University Band
HUBHorizons-Upward Bound
HUBHeight Under Boom
HUBHallam Union Building (Sheffield Hallam University, UK)
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The Hub Dam, located 56 km from Karachi with a total capacity of 339 feet, is extended to 24,300 acres with a gross storage capacity of 8,57,000 acre-feet water.
With the help of the Google Home app, which is available for Android and iOS devices, the Google Nest Hub is capable of interacting with smart home devices, including lights, fans, locks, heaters, air conditioners, etc.
Further strengthening Hub's Healthcare specialty practice, Allain will report to Joe Torella, Hub president of Employee Benefits, Northeast Region.
Hub Mid-South will cover Tennessee and Kentucky, with the goal of finding other strong partners in those states.
He added that we must make a mental shift in order to effectively utilize and implement the available information from routine public sector practice to ensuring real time availability of information through the knowledge hub.
'More than 700 million rupees being spent on the development of Hub city among some projects have been completed while progress on some underway.' SalehBhotani said added 150 million rupees approved for city's sewage lines and streets.
'More than Rs700 million is being spent on the development of Hub. Some projects have been completed and some are under way,' Mr Bhotani said, adding that Rs150m would be approved for the city's sewage lines and streets.
This was the thrust of the hub, which opened in 2016 as a business that helps connect social entrepreneurs to fellow hub members, especially those in the tech and architecture field.
It is the second to be established in the area, with the original hub including 35 schools and one college.
A focal point of the hub is the jobs board, which showcases vacancies at BCF member companies.
Mr Wasiu Agbaje, an Information Communication Technology (ICT) Engineer, said that hub was not like the regular markets where such should be imposed.