moderation


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Synonyms for moderation

Synonyms for moderation

avoidance of extremes of opinion, feeling, or personal conduct

Synonyms for moderation

quality of being moderate and avoiding extremes

the trait of avoiding excesses

the action of lessening in severity or intensity

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From this moderation, likewise, he learns two other lessons, which complete his character.
This moderation towards those who are in error is one of the most characteristic features of Socrates in the Republic.
For he argued thus: "that the two half brains being left to debate the matter between themselves within the space of one skull, would soon come to a good understanding, and produce that moderation, as well as regularity of thinking, so much to be wished for in the heads of those, who imagine they come into the world only to watch and govern its motion: and as to the difference of brains, in quantity or quality, among those who are directors in faction, the doctor assured us, from his own knowledge, that "it was a perfect trifle.
A truce to thy proverbs, Sancho," exclaimed Don Quixote; "any one of those thou hast uttered would suffice to explain thy meaning; many a time have I recommended thee not to be so lavish with proverbs and to exercise some moderation in delivering them; but it seems to me it is only 'preaching in the desert;' 'my mother beats me and I go on with my tricks.
ISLAMABAD -- Moderation is all about truth and righteousness and same are the teaching of Islamic Shariah, while this particular term must not be interpreted as changes in Shariah, said Imam of the grand Mosque in Makkah, Shaikh Salih Bin Ibe Talib other day evening at International Islamic University, Islamabad (IIUI).
CAIRO, Feb 27 (KUNA) -- Director of Kuwait moderation promotion center Abdullah Al-Shurayka said Tuesday State of Kuwait was keen on boosting culture of moderation, peaceful co-existence and social security.
This is just the first of many improvements coming to the policies, moderation processes, and safety features on Twitch.
Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) secretary general Wilson Sossion has attributed the mass failure of candidates to lack of moderation before the release of the results.
Participants commended the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Malaysia for their efforts to maintain the moderation of Islam, its tolerance, dissemination of moderation, and combating extremism.
More than 1,200 scholars and thinkers from ASEAN countries discuss in the conference the moderation of Islam, originality of the approach and the necessity of application, challenges facing moderation"; sectarianism and ignorance and their impact on the disruption of Muslims' unity; and efforts of Muslim imams in achieving moderation.
Pope Francis said on Sunday he was alarmed by the recent violence in Jerusalem and called for dialogue and moderation to help restore peace.
A meeting to review the Policy of Moderation of marks to avoid spiking of marks was conveyed by the Secretary (School Education and Literacy), in Ministry of Human Resource Development, on 24th April, 2017 with State Education Secretaries and Chairman of State Education Boards and Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
The moderation policy that allows grace marks for difficult questions in Class 12 examinations will continue for the current year.
La revivification de la pensee soufie et les valeurs de moderation dans la societe ont ete soulignees par des participants a une rencontre tenue dimanche soir au siege de la zaouia (confrerie) Tidjania a Guemmar (El-Oued), sur [beaucoup moins que] la mission du soufisme et les defis actuels [beaucoup plus grand que], organisee a l'initiative de la confrerie Tidjania, dont le siege est a Temacine (Ouargla).
Schools inspectorate Estyn said in-school moderation of teacher assessment was effective where there was enough evidence of pupils' abilities available.