PLR has, I'm sure, many things it could mean.
I believe, however, you are referring to Private Label Rights.
Basically, you can obtain articles that someone else wrote. You then read the regulations that come with that article to see what you can/cannot do with it. Usually, you can re-write the article and place your name on it.
This is tricky, though, because if you leave too much of the original article intact, then you can get dinged for having duplicate content. A lot of PLR articles are already all over the Internet.
I can't say if HubPages would allow it or not, but I can say that by the time you change it enough to be "original", you could've written an original article from scratch yourself.
That said, I'm sure that it does work for some. Best of luck!
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