I see our role as being gate-keepers
of the city's image.
This client said when she retires she may write an expose on how gate-keepers
cost their companies millions of dollars per year.
They borrowed heavily to pay for repairs and for the wages of the gate-keepers
, and never fully recouped the cost from customers.
Along these lines, the thinking goes, they repeatedly fail -- as gate-keepers
- to promote competitive environments within their buildings out of vested financial interests in particular carriers.
Charle claims that writers had either to accept these gate-keepers
or "double" themselves in order to establish their independence.
Nurses, for their part, are the gate-keepers
for the SMARTT Program.
The fewer the resources, the greater the number of gate-keepers
and the more they demand to allow you access to even the basics.
This damages the membranes--the gate-keepers
of muscle cells--breaching their integrity.
The InSource and Explore Analytics' partnership will provide the opportunity to revolutionize the way this visibility is provided to the business - in an agile and efficient way, by eliminating the middleman and removing the gate-keepers
between users and data.
While big record companies like RCA were once the industry s gate-keepers
, today s bands must negotiate a tangled web of cultural paths, from digital distribution of songs to utilizing songs in movies and television to video games.