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- v. Present participle of moderate.
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- adj. lessening in intensity or strength. Opposite of
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- adj. lessening in intensity or strength
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Turkey can play a positive role in moderating Middle East attitudes towards Israel.
I realize the difficulty in moderating a popular blog and I agree that there can't really be any 100 percent safe places on a forum like this, but consider this: What if the show ridiculed gay people instead and was structured in a way that sought to turn them straight.
I don't know whether I ultimately succeeded in moderating Akh. Perhaps the forces pushing him in the other direction were stronger or more persuasive.
Frank's note: Keith, the approach I'm trying to take in moderating this discussion is to get everyone's ideas out there.
Sounds to me like the panel organizers need to take a lesson in moderating from, well, any science fiction convention.
I do not believe that CNN did a very good job in moderating the previous ones, this will be the way to go.
What, have you got Roland Martin moderating and can only post nasty remarks from Obama supporters? don
One of the great pleasures in moderating comments is in deleting abusive, mildly abusive, or even just annoying comments.
Her partnerships were deemed so successful in moderating her image that Karl Rove, according to a source close to him, sent word last year to halt Republican cooperation with her — an edict that has been ignored.
The talk I'm moderating is called "New Platforms, New User Experiences:"