moderator John Harwood stopped him there: “Are you saying Governor Romney is pandering?”
Making sure that the opportunity to speak is balanced out is the most basic job that a moderator has.
All the other candidates will try to land blows, as will the moderator(s).
After the laughter subsided, the moderator pressed, “What else do you know about her, any impressions of her?”
Any deviation from the status quo risks shifting the spotlight onto the moderator, notes Louden.
For the moderator loved his pipe, and so did I, and together we revelled in those clouds before which all other clouds retreat.
The moderator had some difficulty in restoring order to the hilarious meeting.
The moderator's office had then checked on the sportscar's communication number and attempted to call it.
From Mr. Samuel Price, whom they have spoken of for moderator.
He then studied theology, and became a pastor, and later superintendent (equal to a Bishop or moderator) near Knigsberg.
late 14c., "ruler, governor," from Latin moderator "manager, ruler, director," literally "he who moderates," from moderatus (see moderate (adj.)). Meaning "one who acts as an umpire" is from 1560s. Fem. form moderatrix attested from 1530s.
A substance, such as graphite, water, or heavy water, placed in a nuclear reactor to slow neutrons down to speeds at which they are more likely to be captured by fissionable components of a fuel (such as uranium-235) and less likely to be absorbed by nonfissionable components of a fuel (such as uranium-238). Also called neutron moderator. See also slow neutron.