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(Clarence Watson 1961)
From Facing dancers of opposite sex (or a R-H Mini-Wave).
Using Right hands, the lady places the back of her hand into the man's raised palm: Touch; man does his part Right Arm Turn 1/4 as lady Left-face 3/4 Turn to end in the man's original starting position.
Ends in a R-H Mini-Wave.
Curli-Cross [C4] : From Facing Couples or a R-H Wave. Curlique (Touch; Boy does his part Right Arm Turn 1/4 as Girl Left-face 3/4 Turn to end in the Boy's original starting position); Trailers diagonal L-H (outside hand) pull by. Ends in Back-to-Back Couples. This is a 2-part call. Curli-Cross, which was once on the A1 list, was the inspiration for anything & Cross.
Curli-Pass [C4] :
From applicable formations.
Those designated (or those facing) Curlique; those facing Pass Thru. This is a
2-part call. The Pass Thru usually involves an inactive dancer(s).
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