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any substance used to slow down neutrons in nuclear reactors

in the Presbyterian church, the officer who presides over a synod or general assembly

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someone who presides over a forum or debate

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someone who mediates disputes and attempts to avoid violence

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It has a through channel where the neutron moderator is installed.
California [USA], Aug 10 (ANI): YouTube moderators have revealed that the video service internally relaxes the norms for celebrity content creators.
"They said that they cannot confide in friends because the confidentiality agreements they signed prevent them from doing so The vulnerability of content moderators is most acute in the Philippines, one of the biggest and fastest-growing hubs of such work "Several moderators call themselves silent heroes of the internet, protecting Americans from the ills of their own society In interviews with The Washington Post, 14 current and former moderators in Manila described a workplace where nightmares, paranoia, and obsessive ruminations were common consequences of the job.
But for the last seven months, roughly a dozen moderators in the U.S.
Reverend Stuart Mill, moderator of presbytery, extended a warm welcome and led the devotions with the opening hymn.
The isis facility operates to a demanding scientific programme which sets a requirement for moderators to be fitted and operational to a schedule often agreed several years in advance.
In The Cleaners, a documentary by German directors Hans Block and Moritz Riesewieck, to be screened in Hong Kong in October, the secretive world of content moderating in the Philippines is exposed, as the directors looked at the ethical questions raised by the jobs, and how the work takes a toll on the moderators' mental health.
No one knows how many people work as content moderators, but the number likely totals "tens of thousands of people, easily," says Sarah Roberts, a professor of information studies at the University of California, Los Angeles, who studies content moderation.
Facebook content moderators that work to identify terrorist activity on the platform had their identities compromised, according to a (https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2017/jun/16/facebook-moderators-identity-exposed-terrorist-groups?utm_source=esp&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=GU+Today+USA+-+Collections+2017&utm_term=230994&subid=22828009&CMP=GT_US_collection) report by the Guardian.
Facebook requires its content moderators to take down Holocaust denial material in only four countries, including Israel, even though it is illegal in 14, according to a company handbook provided to the network's moderators.
Andrew's and Vernon, Osgoode; Full-time minister two-point charge; Interim Moderators Rev.
Ted Cruz excoriated moderators of the third GOP presidential debate Wednesday night.
NB: Moderators are really censors, subjectively deciding what speech is inappropriate and eliminating it.
Autoimmune Diseases: Early Diagnosis and New Treatment Strategies Moderators: Danijela Konforte and Eleftherios P.
In order not to conflict with the cold/thermal moderators at the ESS, the tube must pass under the lower moderator.