Definitions of Square Dance Calls and Concepts

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Checkover -- [C1]
(Al Appleton 1978)
 C1:

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From Columns. EN: 10
Fra Columns. DK: 10

First Two Checkmate The Column as Last Two Extend (using Circulates) to a Box, Cast Off 3/4, Slither, and As Couples Extend. EN: 20
Danser #1 og #2 laver Checkmate The Column mens danser #3 og Danser #4 laver Circulate, Cast Off 3/4, Slither og As Couples Extend. DK: 20

Ends in Parallel Two-Faced Lines. EN: 30
Ender i parallelle Two-Faced Lines. DK: 30

 førCheckover efter First Two Checkmateas Last Two Circulate EN: 40 First Two Checkmate mens Last Two Circulate DK: 40 efterCenters Cast Off 3/4 og Very Centers Slither efterAs Couples Extend

Checkover But Hold The Two-Faced Line [C1V]:
Do a Checkover but omit the As Couples Extend. EN: 386
Lav en Checkover men undlad As Couples Extend. DK: 386

1 By 2 Checkover [C2V]:
#1 'Checkmate' as #2 and #3 1/2 Circulate, Cast Off 3/4 & Slither, and 'As Couples' Extend. EN: 387

 før1 By 2 Checkover efter

Turn Over [C4]:
From a Mini-Wave Box. Cast Off 3/4 and Slither. Ends in a Two-Faced Line. EN: 388

 førTurnover efterCast Off 3/4 efterSlither (færdig)

Checkmate The Column [A2] (H.P. Williams 1975):
From Columns. First Two Circulate 4 spots & 1/4 In as Last Two Circulate twice, 1/4 In, & Circulate. Normal Columns end in Parallel Two-Faced Lines. EN: 295

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