Historically, callers have called Interlocked Little
Diamonds, in which case the Outsides were expected to 'go As You Are'
(i.e., omit the 1/4 Right). This usage is typically frowned upon
today. It is our opinion that the caller should explicitly state
something like 'Outsides go As You Are' or 'Centers Start A' so that
the outsides do not start with a 1/4 Right. EN: 40
$BNr;KE*$K(B, $B%3!<%i!<$O(B Interlocked Little $B$r(B Twin Diamonds $B$+$i$b%3!<%k$7$F$*$j(B, $B$3$N>l9g(B Outsides $B$O(B 1/4 Right $B$r>JN,$7$^$9!%$3$N;H$$J}$O(B, $B:#$O(B '$B$(!JP: 40