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We extend the standard Bose-Hubbard model to capture arbitrarily strong on-site correlations. In addition to being important for quantitatively modeling experiments, for example, with Rubidium atoms, these correlations must be included to describe more exotic situations. Two such examples are when the interactions are made large via a Feshbach resonance, or when each site rotates rapidly, making a coupled array of quantum Hall puddles. Remarkably, even the mean field approximation to our modeldoi:10.1103/physreva.81.031602 fatcat:2aizqvffy5d4vjnz52vgkukj4i