No, very simple. That is not possible. HubPages wants quality articles, not spinned content.
are you sure? because i think my articles are being duplicated
It is possible for them to be published, but unless a lot of work went into the types of replacements the spin software uses then they'll likely end up getting flagged for low quality.
That said, if you suspect your articles are being duplicated, contact admin directly and let them know which articles and where the duplicate/spun duplicate is located.
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