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I.e., WardsWiki, probably. Though maybe KuroShin or WikiPedia or UseModWiki or CommunityWiki.

(The idiom comes from British politics. There are two parliamentary houses, and the House of Lords never mentions the House of Commons by name: calling it "another place" (or "the other place"). But it thinks about it a lot.)

A very confusing idiom. Should be discouraged? -- BayleShanks

It's not being abused. It's not even being used.

The analogy is that the power resides at AnotherPlace, while ThisHouse has more of a scrutiny/oversight role... and is increasingly regarded as irrelevant by the executive branch?


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