The place people call home and where they go to live after they have lost their own home to foreclosure.
It is a good thing the current administration made the single, largest, investment in the nation's infrastructure since the creation of the interstate highway system in the 1950s. Build some more bridges. The homeless have to live somewhere. There is no place like home!
by NonnaK August 1, 2010
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is a specific strategy specializing on spending resources in order to improve the quality of your assets for a late game.
You need to improve that Infrastructure cause your gonna lose this Civilization 5 game.

Wow you have great Infrastructure for this paper.
by TheMerkyShadow November 24, 2018
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As John Oliver once put it, infrastructure is anything that can be destroyed in an action movie.
I just watched an action movie, and oh boy, did a lot of infrastructure get destroyed.
by Spicyspectrum March 24, 2021
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Those technological components which support the general end user population inside a local area network. The servers, switches, wires, network based printers, e-mail, other components and software that individual work groups don't want to pay for because everyone uses them.
What is the cost of maintenance and upgrades to our infrastructural technology going to be this year, Bob?
by bfrazier September 23, 2008
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A repeatedly failed attempt to stay on-task endlessly derailed by high-profile distractions caused by one's own ineptitude. Named after the Trump administration's attempts to focus on policy continuously being overshadowed by a new scandal.
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!!! Prosecutor says that Manafort is cooperating with special counsel investigation !!!
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Another great Infrastructure Week, everybody
by The Chair Highly Frowns September 14, 2018
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We typically think of roads and bridges as infrastructure. So long as potholes are filled and bridges are safe, we take infrastructure for granted because our real goal is the journey, not the road. This is Public Infrastructure which also includes other large undertakings such as national defense, elections, power grids, etc. Less appreciated is Personal Infrastructure, everything we all need to set us up for our enjoyable and productive journeys through life. Our most important Personal infrastructure is health and education. Also are all the little tasks necessary to support our journey such as shopping, servicing cars, paying taxes, cleaning the house--endless.
We assume government pays for public infrastructure from roads and bridges to national defense, with private financing for our capitalist development. Political disputes, however, rage over who pays for the basics of Personal Infrastructure, individual health and education.
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No matter what people say about infrastructure, aging or new, what they don't tell you is that there's not a whole lot for a city to do about a storm besides what it has always done, ride it out, then clean up afterward. Lives will be lost, nobody likes it, but it still happens anyway as it always has. Damage will be expensive to clean up after a large storm, that hasn't ever changed and it's not going to. Storms can hit just about anywhere along the coast to inland, that hasn't changed, and it's not going to. People still don't seem to get how arrogant it is that they will beat nature the next time by being as prepared or more prepared than nature. It doesn't make a whole lot of sense to try and compete with nature, or test nature, because nature will run everybody over, and that's not a win win for anybody, because in reality, there is no such thing as a win win for everybody. If it sounds too good to be true, it is, because it isn't true.
Some of us are glad when nature shows humans they are not as in charge of everything as they think they are, and if there is one species that still doesn't get that after being shown over and over again, it is humans, not animals or any other species. Humans are the one species arrogant enough to think they will find a way to beat or outcompete nature, so it's beautiful when nature shows them otherwise. Infrastructure is resilent enough, regardless of age. New York is a resilient city filled with resilient people, it always has been, and if it tells the wildfire to go fuck itself, it will be the same city it always has been in no time without anybody missing the wildfire or losing sleep over it.
by The Original Agahnim September 3, 2021
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