The avoidance of excess or extremes, esp. in one's behavior or political opinions,
The avoidance of excess or extremes, esp. in one's behavior or political opinions
he urged the police to show moderation
The action of making something less extreme, intense, or violent
the union's approach was based on increased dialogue and the moderation of demands
The retardation of neutrons by a moderator
quality of being moderate and avoiding extremes
easing: a change for the better
temperance: the trait of avoiding excesses
the action of lessening in severity or intensity; "the object being control or moderation of economic depressions"
(moderating) lessening in intensity or strength
Moderation is the process of eliminating or lessening extremes. It is used to ensure normality throughout the medium on which it is being conducted. Common uses of moderation include: *Ensuring consistency and accuracy in the marking of student assessments. ...
Our Love to Admire is the third studio album by the American post-punk revival band Interpol, released July 10, 2007 on Capitol Records. ...
In statistics, moderation occurs when the relationship between two variables depends on a third variable. The third variable is referred to as the moderator variable or simply the moderator . ...
Honour Moderations (or Mods) are a first set of examinations at Oxford University in England during the first part of the degree course for some courses (e.g., Greats or Literae Humaniores).
The state or quality of being moderate; avoidance of extremes; An instance of moderating: bringing something away from extremes, especially in a beneficial way; The process of moderating a discussion
(Moderated) Unmoderated -- Whether one must have voice to send a message to all occupants
(moderated) A discussion list in which a human being (the moderator) must approve messages before they are distributed to the list. This is usually to prevent spam or off-topic posts.
(Moderating) This is high level evaluation; the moderator must be able to evaluate a posting or comment from a variety of perspectives, assessing its worth, value and appropriateness.
(Moderating) to ‘moderate’ is to facilitate and support those who use a ‘forum’ or ‘conference’ while also ensuring that participants behave in an acceptable way.
When wine enters in, the secret slips out. He who can digest barley-bread must not eat wheat-bread.
represented by the narrowing of each food group from bottom to top. The wider base stands for foods with little or no solid fats, added sugars, or caloric sweeteners. Suggests these should be selected more often to get the most nutrition from calories consumed.
All posts are pre-moderated by City staff who may review, edit, or delete any message. If a submission violates discussion forum guidelines, or is any other way inappropriate, the submission will not be posted. City of Mississauga staff may, on occasion, participate in certain discussion threads.
is the act of ensuring a forum is used according to the Administrator's rules, as well as fixing and/or removing any such problems. The rules the Admin(s) decide to enforce will vary greatly between different forums.
Having neither too little or too much of anything
with regards to community collaboration tools such as wikis, blogs and discussion forums – defines the ability to preside over or act as chairman of, review and approve submitted content.
A term that broadly covers processes used for assuring the consistency of assessment with the required standard across a number of assessors or assessing organisations.
Moderation is creating a healthy balance in your life between work and play, rest and exercise. You don't overdo or get swept away by the things you like. You use your self-discipline to take charge of your life and your time.
Moderation is the process of reviewing, then approving or rejecting submissions based on conformance to established guidelines. ...
Is the process undertaken when two or more markers come together to agree the marks for a cohort after double marking or sampling has taken place.
One of the 'cardinal' virtues, also referred to as 'temperance' by which one 'regulates' a drive or desire so that its engagement works for the benefit of the person. Too little engagement, or a lack of response to a desire for food, for instance, will lead to malnourishment. ...