Noun(1) any substance used to slow down neutrons in nuclear reactors(2) in the Presbyterian church, the officer who presides over a synod or general assembly(3) someone who presides over a forum or debate(4) someone who mediates disputes and attempts to avoid violence
(1) Currently, he is scheduled to be a moderator at the third presidential debate in Arizona.(2) This limits the impact of any individual moderator .(3) This fifth day we have a story from Val, who is a vivid RPG player and a moderator on our forum.(4) In the Republican debate, the moderator asked the candidates a viewer's question about which political philosopher or thinker the candidate identified with.(5) The former moderator of the Church of Scotland has now given up the parish he tended for 13 years to take on a new challenge.(6) the debates will each feature one moderator and a panel of three questioners(7) The moderator made a speech at first mild, recognising what Europeans had done in Africa.(8) The traditional format of the two leaders plus a single moderator is gone, and a panel of five is instead in place to ask the questions.(9) Heavy water is a suitable and convenient moderator of neutrons in nuclear reactors.(10) But for any decision to be taken, the government must stand up for what it is and not play the role of a moderator in college debate.(11) The Church of Scotland would be prepared to appoint an openly gay minister, according to the church's new moderator .(12) Two disciplinary hearings, chaired by an outside moderator , were held yesterday and the others are due to be completed soon.(13) Egypt managed to assert its role as a regional moderator(14) And now let's talk to the moderator of this evening's recall debate.(15) Light-water reactors use ordinary water for both coolant and for neutron moderator .(16) Rev Bwalya was the first moderator for the Copperbelt presbytery.