Long story short
>Deleted a hub because of a mistake in the link
>Tried to republish a new hub with the same content of the deleted one
>Google still shows my deleted article even though I waited 24 hours so the hub will be gone in my account
>Can't publish co'z I will obviously get a plagiarism notice.
You can use Google Webmaster Tools to deindex the hub from search results. When I recently used it, my hub was out of the search results within about four hours.
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