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(Kip Garvey 1978)
From Parallel Waves or applicable Parallel 3 & 1 Lines (Ends must be in Tandem; Lead End & adjacent dancer must be in a Mini-Wave).
Out-Facing End and adjacent dancer Recycle as the In-Facing End and adjacent dancer do your part of a Split or Facing Recycle adjusting to end in the Center Wave.
Ends in a 1/4 Tag.
Note: We have seen three different written definitions of Inlet, which leads to an ambiguity in the following example:
Due to this ambiguity, most callers refrain from calling Inlet from the starting formation shown above.
Diamond Inlet [C4]: From Parallel Waves, 3 By 1 Lines, or other applicable formations. In-Facing Ends and adjacent do an Inlet, as Out-Facing Ends and adjacent dancers do a 2/3 Recycle. Ends in Twin Diamonds. Same as Outeractives (Out-Facing Ends and adjacent dancers) go 2/3, all Inlet.
See also Outlet [C2].
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