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Gatekeeper

In insurance, requirements that a policyholder must fulfill before becoming eligible for a benefit. This especially applies to eligibility for long-term care in health insurance.

gatekeeper

a person who controls important information flows and access to other persons within an organization. The person concerned may have control over the information which goes up or down the organizational structure or in and out of the organization.

gatekeeper

A slang expression to describe the person you must persuade or impress just to get your proposal in front of a decision maker.

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GPS collars that track the movement of mountain lions in the park showed that one cat, a 16-month-old female known as P-33, had crossed the busy 101 Freeway in the Camarillo area earlier that morning.
Arizona's population is expected to double to [greater than or equal to] 12 million people by 2050 (ADOA-EPS 2015), and urban areas will continue to overlap with suitable mountain lion habitat.
While traffic roared above, M6 and other mountain lions could move safely back and forth between the state park and the mountains.
Up-To-Date provides a free copy of Mountain Lion to people who purchased a new or Apple-refurbished Mac equipped with Lion starting June 11.
The developer preview of Mountain Lion comes just seven months after the incredibly successful release of Lion and sets a rapid pace of development for the world's most advanced personal computer operating system," The Telegraph quoted Apple's senior vice president of worldwide marketing, Phil Schiller, as saying.
The signs warn you that mountain lions are in the area, and they give some very good advice .
In statistical terms, people are 1,000 times more likely to be struck by lightning than attacked by a mountain lion.
Typically mountain lions don't want any part of people.
Another crew member was David Strozdas, a former Oklahoma game warden who now studies mountain lions and bighorn sheep on Ted Turner's Armendaris Ranch in New Mexico.
Norton--provides a well-intentioned attempt to warn us Westerners about the potential dangers of recreating or living in mountain lion country.
Busch also provides a similar coverage in The Cougar Almanac: A Complete Natural History Of The Mountain Lion (1592282954, $14.