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As late as 2010, rap blogs remained impactful enough that Tyler, the Creator eviscerated two of the most popular gatekeepers, Nah Right and 2 Dope Boyz, for refusing to post Odd Future’s music.
Discovered by André Masson, Giacometti was embraced and, later, dismissed—for working figuratively—by Surrealism’s gatekeeper, André Breton.
Raquel Redondiez, director of the Filipino Cultural Heritage District in SoMa, said developers are increasingly recognizing her group as a community gatekeeper, thanks in part to its status as a cultural district recognized by the city.
But if part of the job is to be the gatekeeper among all the competing institutional interests around the president, then Bolton is a terrible choice.
The committee is a formidable gatekeeper for foreign investment in the U.S. Opposition from the panel has scuttled a string of deals under President Donald Trump over concerns about foreign ownership of American technology.
At a time when women couldn’t vote, male gatekeepers took Patience Worth’s work much more seriously than if Curran had consciously sent writing out for publication.
The senses have to be strong enough to pass a gatekeeper before they're communicated to the brain.
With the cost of medical insurance skyrocketing, district officials have noticed that more parents now are using school nurses as gatekeepers for their children’s health care.
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GATEKEEPER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gatekeeper for English Language Learners
: a person who guards a gate
GATEKEEPER Defined for Kids
medical Definition of gatekeeper
- managed care plans rely on a designated physician gatekeeper to orchestrate and control the health care of its enrollees
- —E. A. Halm et al
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