Definitions for "Moderator"
A material used to reduce neutron energy (for fissioning if in a reactor) by elastic scattering.
A material, such as ordinary water, heavy water, or graphite, used in a reactor to slow down high-velocity neutrons, thus increasing the likelihood of further fission.
A component (usually water, heavy water, or graphite) of some nuclear reactors that slows neutrons, thereby increasing their efficiency in splitting fissionable atoms dispersed in low-enriched or natural uranium fuel, to release energy on a controlled basis.
The officer who presides over an assembly or discussion to preserve order, propose questions, regulate the proceedings, and declare the votes.
Someone who is the leader of a focus group discussion, in-depth interview, or other meeting. Often works from pre-determined outline of subjects to be covered.
1. In Internet mailing lists and newsgroups, it is possible to set up the mailing list or newsgroup so that all messages have to be sent to the moderator for approval before they are circulated to the group. This helps to keep messages on topic, reduce spam, and reduce flames. Especially in newsgroups, moderated newsgroups tend to have a much higher proportion of useful content than unmoderated newsgroups. 2. In FidoNet Technology Networks, the person who began an echo, established the topic, and sets the rules. In Internet mailing lists, the equivalent term is list owner.
The person who is in charge of a conference. This person usually has the task of making sure that users of the conference follow the conference rules.
the caller in charge of the majority of functions during the conference call either via keypad functions or webcontrol.
Guest speaker on an operator assisted conference, but not the Chairperson (speaker).
A person who presides at a meeting of a church court to direct the business and keep order. The Minister of a local congregation is the Moderator of the Session. At the Presbytery, Synod and General Assembly level the Moderator is elected by the members of the court.
in the Presdyterian church, the officer who presides over a synod or general assembly
a person who presides over a meeting
Keywords:  referee, mgl, gal, robert, helper
a referee/helper/all around nice guy/gal
the referee/organizer of the current campaign, or the MGL entirely. While campaign Moderators may change from month to month, John and Robert are always available in a Moderator capacity.
We don't need no steeeeenkin' mods. (But if we did, we'd use this mod.) (Contrib: Immortal Wombat)
a Corvetteforum member that has volunteered to help monitor the site
a member who has been given permission by the owner to accept, reject, and/or delete group content and/or moderate group membership
a member who has been given special priviledges on this site
Keywords:  chat, flashy, trainer, ban, instructor
a user who leads a session; usually a teacher, instructor, or trainer.
a form of user
a regular user, like us, except equipped with a ban stick and some flashy colors
In the University of Oxford, an examiner for moderations; at Cambridge, the superintendant of examinations for degrees; at Dublin, either the first (senior) or second (junior) in rank in an examination for the degree of Bachelor of Arts.
Keywords:  wsdot, webhelp, staff, editor, cms
a person who has been chosen, by the staff, that has shown that they have the ability to do the job
A CMS role, a moderator is similar to an editor but can be required to approve pages if the page properties are changed. WSDOT Moderators are the Interactive Communications Staff. (If you page has been waiting for Moderator Approval for more than 24 hours, please contact WSDOT WebHelp at 360-705-7079).
Keywords:  thankless, job
a thankless job
an account that has basic administrative pages to manipulate pages, messages, and user accounts
an administrative position
a special user privilege granted by the administrator of this ezboard
a person who is charged with maintaining the order and appropriateness of an online space or event
In an inspection, the individual that is responsible for administrative tasks pertaining to the inspection, for planning and preparation of the inspection or walkthrough, ensures that the inspection is conducted in an orderly manner and meets its objectives, is responsible for collecting inspection data (if appropriate), and issues the inspection report. [IEEE Std 1028-1997
IRB member undertaking the coordination of a particular review
moderator: one who undertakes moderation.
a trained upperclassman student who supervises a Small Living Unit (SLU)
someone who mediates disputes and attempts to avoid violence
one who arbitrates : MEDIATOR
Keywords:  pacifies, restrains, one
One who, or that which, moderates, restrains, or pacifies.
A device designed to reduce muzzle report on an airgun by moderating the air released when firing.
Keywords:  chatters, faq, votes, worth, chosen
a chatter chosen by its worth by other chatters, through the liking votes (look at the FAQ for more details)
Keywords:  citizen, love, game, speak, master
a private citizen working for the good of the community and for the "love of the game", so to speak
see Game Master.
Keywords:  realm, god, his
a god of his realm
A mechanical arrangement for regulating motion in a machine, or producing equality of effect.