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MAU

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MAU

(Multi-station Access Unit) A network hub or switch. See hub and hub vs. switch.
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"At this point the track the hurricane center is issuing is not the catastrophe that could happen, which is good," Maue said Saturday.
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Florence is expected to dump about 18 trillion gallons of rain over a week along its entire path, enough water to fill more than 65,000 Empire State Buildings, Mr Maue calculated.
Shortly before the initiative was launched, Maue spent a month in Tampa observing how the SOFWERX team operated and interacted with colleagues and potential partners.
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Sarasota, FL, October 06, 2017 --(PR.com)-- The Maue Center has partnered with the Florida Public Relations Association (FPRA) to serve as a leadership development resource for members of the Association.
Meteorologist Ryan Maue of WeatherBell Analytics said the entire Florida peninsula will be raked by Irma's right front quadrant -- the part of a hurricane that usually brings the strongest winds, storm surge, rain and tornadoes.
Brian Maue, an Air Force capabilities analyst down to Tampa for two weeks.
"This is going to be one of those generational events, where your parents talk about how bad it was," Ryan Maue, a meteorologist for WeatherBell Analytics, said from Florida, which also got some flakes.
These pages have benefitted greatly from review by Mauro Maggi, Dieter Maue, Elan Dresher, and two anonymous reviewers for the Journal.
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