Recent Examples of gatekeeper from the Web
And Johnnie Moore, the White House’s evangelical gatekeeper, has been there to provide it.
Sexism, white supremacy, ableism, and capitalism are fundamental parts of Hollywood and filmmaking as the gatekeepers have managed to maintain and support the oppressive building blocks put in place by their predecessors.
The company also would need to form a partnership with a telecommunications carrier, the market’s gatekeepers.
But #MeToo forces us to ask what choice do women realistically have when almost all the power and money in Hollywood is in the hands of its male gatekeepers?
Instrumentation including synths, xylophones and strings make appearances on Down Below, which has been embraced by fans of extreme metal and indie rock cred gatekeepers like Pitchfork alike.
This is something that the more ludicrously self-important of our male gatekeepers, those whose careers have recently been so visibly toppled, would have been wise to grasp.
But the public can’t get through the gatekeepers to get to it.
On Monday, the Senate Judiciary Committee, a key gatekeeper, unanimously advanced legislation already passed by the House to replace the invalidated law.
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First Known Use of gatekeeper
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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