Such a bold new step would exhibit a visible ethic of moderation, and it would most certainly embody a commitment to justice.
Libyan is part of the Mediterranean basin and has a rich history and will always be a source of moderation and stability.
With only a few exceptions, none of the factions embody any principles of “moderation” or level-headed pragmatism.
The filibuster is intended to be a great tool of moderation in the legislative branch.
Chris Stevens, by contrast, was a voice of moderation, comprehension, responsibility and openness in the region.
moderation is the silken string running through 25 the pearl chain of all virtues.
But all the same, there had to be moderation and reason in everything.
Here he at once adopted that spirit of fasting and penance which knew no moderation and with him became fanaticism.
Lady St. Craye also thought it a useful thing—in moderation.
Wine is harmful if taken with greedy lips, but if drunk in moderation it is wholesome.
early 15c., from Old French moderacion (14c.) "alteration, modification; mitigation, alleviation," from Latin moderationem (nominative moderatio) "a controlling, guidance, government, regulation; moderation, temperateness, self-control," noun of action from moderatus (see moderate (adj.)).