Wave dancers Recycle, taking a wider arc than normal, to end as Couples on the
outside as the Outside dancers move into the Center & do a
to end in the Center Wave.
In the second example shown above (i.e., The starting formation has Centers in a L-H Wave,
Outsides in a R-H Mini-Wave or Couple), the original Centers must
make a wide loop so as not to collide with the original Outsides.
If the Outsides start in L-H Mini-Waves, then the
resulting Center Wave is a L-H Wave.
From a Thar: everyone does the 'Centers' part. Ends in a squared set.
From a squared set: everyone does the 'Outsides' part. Ends in a Thar.
$B1~MQ(B: Centers go 2/3: All 8 Recycle.
All 8 Cycle & Wheel [C1V]:
From a 1/4 Line or other applicable formations.
Center dancers do a Wheel & Deal to end as Couples on the Outside
as the Outside dancers move into the Center and do a Box Recycle [C1]. A 1/4
Line setup ends in a 1/4 Tag. All 8 Cycle & Wheel is
identical to Cross Concentric Cycle & Wheel [C2].
Recycle [Mainstream] (Lee Kopman 1974):
From a Wave. Centers Fold behind
Ends and all adjust to a Mini-Wave Box;
Box Counter Rotate 1/4;
Ends in Facing Couples.
Recycle [from Facing Couples] [A2] (Lee Kopman 1974):
From Facing Couples.
Beaus 1/2 Box Circulate and Right-face U-Turn Back as Belles Left Dodge and Veer Left.
Ends in a R-H Wave.
$B<!$b8+$F$/$@$5$$(B 2/3 Recycle [C1]
$B$H(B Box Recycle [C1].