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- n. The position or office of a moderator.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The office of a moderator.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The office of moderator.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the position of moderator
The church's statement follows the recent meeting of its moderatorship.
Indeed, for a while, after Karen Gruber left the moderatorship, I was the only moderator here ON THIS FORUM.
Why did I take an arts moderatorship, anyway, and not go for science?
In 1834 he gained the ethical moderatorship, newly instituted by Provost Lloyd, and continued in residence at college.
This is bad, judgmental moderatorship, and the religious overtones included in it make me even angrier, especially considering that we've donated a ton of items through Freecycle.
Good ruck! after all, established ppl know that moderatorship here goes by wah, u mean, i quote ur post here like this, also would tio points~!
Why is CM's trolling permitted?? imo it demonstrates a distinct BIAS in moderatorship.
Yes yes, I know, 'takes one to know one', if you'll glance at my rep, you'll see I've spent much of my time criticising Politics. ie's moderatorship of Libertas news posts.
But I should let you know that your "advice" to cut down the size of the moderatorship has not been ignored.
Years ago, don't ask me why, I was drawn into the moderatorship of a panel starring then-colleague, economist Milton Friedman.