A device that provides a point of access for hosts, workstations, and peripherals into a local area network (LAN). An MAU typically is a multiport device that houses multiple network interface cards (NICs). See also LAN and NIC.
(2) The long narrow valley known as the Mau Taluka, lying between the hills and the Wainganga river, and comprising a long, narrow, irregular-shaped lowland tract, intersected by hill ranges and peaks covered with dense jungle, and running generally from north to south.
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Next to this comes the sanctuary of the Lares of the city, a square room with a large apse; and beyond this, as Mau proves, the small temple of Vespasian.
On the south side of the Strada dell' Abbondanza was a building which Mau conjectures to have been the Comitium.
Mau, Pompeii in Leben and Kunst (Leipzig, 1908), pp. 150 sqq.