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Hub, or Hubs may refer to:
- Bicycle hub, the central part of a bicycle wheel
- Locking hubs, accessory on four-wheel drive vehicles
- Wheel hub assembly, an automotive part
- Hetzel Union Building, former name for the HUB-Robeson Center, Penn State University
- HUB Tower, Des Moines, Iowa
- Husky Union Building, University of Washington
- Email hub, a computer system dedicated to relay e-mail messages
- Ethernet hub, a computer networking hardware device
- Hubs and authorities, a scheme used for ranking web pages
- Serial ATA port multiplier, sometimes called SATA hub – a device that allows multiple SATA devices to be connected to a single SATA host port.
- USB hub, allows many USB devices to be connected to a single USB port
- Hub (comics), Marvel comics fictional character
- Hubs (Transformers), fictional character
- The Hub (Torchwood), Cardiff, headquarters of Torchwood III, fictional organization fighting aliens
- Hub Culture, a social network that merges virtual and physical places
- Hub Strategy, American advertising agency
- Harvard University Band
- Hebrew University Bible Project
- Hogeschool-Universiteit Brussel, previously known as European University College Brussels
- Humboldt University of Berlin
- Hub International, North American insurance brokerage listed on the New York Stock Exchange
- Hub (bassist), American musician
- Hub (artist), artist and illustrator of Okko magazine
- Hub Bechtol (1926–2004), American footballer
- Hub van Doorne (1900–1979), Dutch businessman
- Hub Kittle (1917–2004), American baseball player
- Hub Walker (1906–1982), American baseball player
- Hub City (disambiguation), the nickname of several cities
- Hub, California, unincorporated community in California
- Hub, Mississippi
- Hub River, in Balochistan, Pakistan
- Hub Dam on the Hub River
- Hub Tehsil, in Balochistan, Pakistan
- Hub, Balochistan, a city in Hub Tehsil
- Transport hub, where traffic is exchanged across several modes of transport
- Airline hub, an airport used as transfer point
- Reliever hub, secondary airline hub
- Hub is a concept in network science which refers to a node with a huge number of links ("heavily linked")
- Hunmanby railway station, England, which has the National Rail station code "HUB"
- Hub, in video games is a type of level that serves as direct access to all other levels.
- Hubs, the athletic teams of Rochelle Township High School in Rochelle, Illinois.
- Hub Network, digital cable and satellite television channel owned by Discovery Communications and Hasbro.
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