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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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Two mountain lions were euthanized Thursday after an 8-year-old boy was attacked outside his home in Bailey Wednesday night.
Determining the influence of sex on mountain lion survival is difficult because of several factors influencing sex-specific harvest probabilities.
On Tuesday, the Department of Natural Resources in Larimer County initially bolstered patrols in the park and later announced that it had been closed because of what department officials said was "additional mountain lion activity in the area." The area could reopen later this week, they added.
Others wondered whether the offspring of a Florida panther and a Texas mountain lion would still be a Florida panther.
The presence of the mountain lion had unnerved mobile home park residents, Murphy said.
Despite the utter strangeness of its central protagonist, The Mountain Lion has never been studied as a novel about queerness.
"When Mountain Lions Are Neighbors: People and Wildlife Working It Out in California" is a compendium of illustrative and inspiring stories celebrate a new paradigm for wildlife conservation: coexistence.
Beth Pratt-Bergstrom; WHEN MOUNTAIN LIONS ARE NEIGHBORS; Heyday Books (Nonfiction: Nature) 18.00 ISBN: 9781597143462
The comparison is warranted because the presence of a mountain lion in LA's Griffith Park was, until then, an urban legend similar to mythical creatures of cryptozoology: Other biologists and I constantly received reports of unconfirmed sightings.
A US woman has saved her five-year-old son's life by prying his head from the mouth of a mountain lion that was attacking the boy in their front yard.
A MUM fought off a mountain lion to save her son after the beast pounced on him in their garden.