Do you mean "can I publish them somewhere else?"
Well, this is something being debated all the time because RSS feed is actually copying people's content and putting it somewhere else and it is up to google to decide what is acceptable and what is not. It is not about morality but about an algorithm that decides who is good and who is bad. It is like playing a slot machine. Sometimes you might be lucky and some times not.
I believe that the best way would be a total re-write using different words and start in the middle, put the end in the middle and the middle at the end. Throw in some freshly taken pictures (even of the same thing from a different angle) and the search engine might believe that your article is unique. Then again it might work against you. It is a gamble.
According to FAQ you are not allowed, although it doesn't specify how it deals with your own content: http://hubpages.com/faq/#duplicate_content
Actually I want to know that the hubs I have published here can be published in by blog ?
You can publish teaser portions in your blog or use an RSS feed.
This is a short sample designed to drive readers to your hubs. I use that technique.
I would not rewrite your hub on your blog, it is really wasting time, writing the same content over again. Better keep some work for your blog and other work for your hubs and then link to your hub from your blog, or link back to your blog with an RSS feed from your hub.
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