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Unlike other violations of Nextdoor rules, which are reported to community moderators, Covid-19 misinformation that’s flagged by users goes straight to Nextdoor’s hired support staff.

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In managing the public-facing part of TheDonald, Williams said moderators were deeply split on how aggressively to enforce site policies.

Josh Redd, a rider who is one of the volunteer moderators of the Christian page, said he wasn’t aware if the rumors Love’s show was threatened were accurate.

He advised the moderators to click on Robinhood CEO Vladimir Tenev so he could talk.

The moderators wrapped up the session and closed out by playing “Starman” by David Bowie…

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.

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.

He had the innate slant of mind that properly belongs to a moderator of mass meetings called to aggravate a crisis.

The moderator on this occasion was Theodore Beza, who had been specially invited to France.

This happens in most of the New England towns, where the same man is Moderator at the town-meetings for many years in succession.

The moderator and brethren ordained that she should be prohibited from performing any cure, under pain of incarceration.

A neutron moderator slows down the neutrons and thus makes them more likely to activate the calcium in the bones.


On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to moderator, such as: mediator, referee, alleviator, pacifier, peacemaker, and stabilizer.

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