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Origin of moderator
Examples from the Web for moderator
Moderator Jan Jarboe Russell, an author and writer for Texas Monthly, asked Rep. Castro whether politics was in his blood.
Moderator Alicia Menendez, an anchor on the Fusion network, asked about the influence of her children.
As a moderator was keen to point out, his name remains on the bill as a sponsor.Watch a Republican Try to Duck the Abortion Ban He Cosponsored|Jack Holmes|October 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
After the laughter subsided, the moderator pressed, “What else do you know about her, any impressions of her?”
“This is the biggest day in the history of The View,” current moderator Whoopi Goldberg announced at the top of the hour.Barbara Walters’s Final ‘The View’: A Tearful Farewell Befitting an Icon|Kevin Fallon|May 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But we shall need some moderator in those affairs when we come to treat of them in council.Quentin Durward|Sir Walter Scott
From Mr. Samuel Price, whom they have spoken of for Moderator.Coniston, Complete|Winston Churchill
The moderator and scribe of the association, seated side by side through the meetings, presented a striking contrast.
After the laughter had subsided, the moderator demanded that the candidate answer the question.Captain Pott's Minister|Francis L. Cooper
Meeting convened according to adjournment, a hymn was sung and prayer offered by the moderator.
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.