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moderator

1. Presbyterian Church a minister appointed to preside over a Church court, synod, or general assembly
2. a presiding officer at a public or legislative assembly
3. a material, such as heavy water or graphite, used for slowing down neutrons in the cores of nuclear reactors so that they have more chance of inducing nuclear fission
4. an examiner at Oxford or Cambridge Universities in first public examinations
5. (in Britain and New Zealand) one who is responsible for consistency of standards in the grading of some educational assessments
6. a person who moniters the conversations in an on-line chatroom for bad language, inappropriate content, etc

moderator

[′mäd·ə- ‚rād·ər]
(nucleonics)
The material used in a nuclear reactor to moderate or slow down neutrons from the high velocities at which they are created in the fission process.

moderator

A person, or small group of people, who manages a moderated mailing list or Usenet newsgroup. Moderators are responsible for determining which email submissions are passed on to the list or newsgroup.
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With the experimental results for the fluence and using the value [DELTA]t = 0.7 ms for the thermal neutron pulse, we conclude that the 3 cm thick cylindrical moderator provides, for the pulse power of 30 MJ, an instantaneous value of 1.1 X [10.sup.18]/[cm.sup.2]s for the thermal neutron flux [[PHI].sub.central] in the central region of the channel.
Eleven current and past moderators believe that popular creators often get special treatment in the form of relaxed guidelines prohibiting demeaning speech, bullying and other forms of graphic content.
"Some moderators in the Philippines said they never encountered a counselor at work.
In becoming more vocal, moderators are starting to recognize their centrality to the reputations of some of the world's wealthiest companies-and expanding a conversation about labor rights to a workforce that has historically operated in the shadows.
The vacancy procedure committee propose to appoint Rev J Stuart Mill as interim moderator of the charge of Dunscore Glencairn and Monaive from February 1 2019.
The moderating process generates significant amounts of heat which needs to be extracted from the moderator and so they are connected to a remote cooling system via a transfer line which allows the coolant, Often the liquid moderating material its self, To be flowed in and out of the moderator to extract this heat.
"The job descriptions do not say content moderators, but community operations analysts, or data analysts with international clients," Riesewieck said.
Several former content moderators at Facebook say they often had just a few seconds to decide if something violated the company's terms of service.
The report also pointed out moderators are usually paid low wages and have the grueling job of going through Facebook posts.
John's, Nfld., St., David's; Full-time minister; Interim Moderator Rev.
Between the tax plan rollout and moderator lashing, Cruz surrogates believe he struck the perfect balance of substance and style.
LET OS WITH A TOAST TO THE UUSON& HERO OF THE SOCIAL-MEDIA AGE: THE MODERATOR. SLAYER OF INTERNET TROLLS!