Definitions of Square Dance Calls and Concepts
Out Roll Circulate [A2]
 
 
From Parallel Lines in which the Ends of each Line are facing opposite directions.

Out-Facing Ends Circulate as the Others Flip (180°) one position down the line toward the vacated End position.

Ends in Parallel Lines.

Waves から:
 
   
Out Roll Circulate
の前
 1/2
の後
  (終わり)

Two-Faced Lines から:
 
   
Out Roll Circulate
の前
 1/2
の後
  (終わり)

Lines of 3 から:
 
   
Out Roll Circulate
の前
 1/2
の後
  (終わり)

注釈:
  • Out-Facing Ends (the 'Out-Rollers') should identify themselves by raising a hand, and/or making a noise (e.g., whistle, yell "me") so that the other dancers in their line know toward which end to move.
  • Don't move until the 'Out-Roller' in your Line identifies themself and you know which way to go.
  • The non-Out-Roller's part is to Flip (180°) one position down the line toward the vacated End position. This action is sometimes described as a 'Run' or alternatively, as one movement, turn 1/4 toward the Out-Rollers starting spot, step forward into the next position, and turn another 1/4 toward your initial turning direction.
  • Everyone can Roll after an Out Roll Circulate.
  • Each Line can only have one Out-Facing End. If you're the In-Facing End or adjacent dancer, move toward the far End position.
  • Out Roll Circulate can be done from any Line, anywhere, if the caller designates who is preferred as the 'Out-Roller'. For example, from Out-Facing Lines, the caller could say Prefer the End Boy for an Out Roll Circulate. In this case, the End Boy does a Circulate (or a Trade to the far End), as the Others Flip (180°) one position toward the 'preferred' End's original position.

 
Prefer the End Belle
for an Out Roll Circulate
の前
 

 
Prefer the Very Centers
for an Out Roll Circulate
の前
 

In Roll Circulate [A2]: From Parallel Lines in which the Ends all have their right-shoulder toward the center, or all have their left-shoulder toward the center. In-Facing Ends Circulate as the Others Flip (180°) one position down the line toward the vacated End position. Ends in Parallel Lines.

Here Comes The Judge [C2] (Ralph Pavlik 1968): From a Line (usually of 4) in which both Ends are facing the same direction. The End Belle (Right-most End) do your part Ends Trade, as the Others Run one position towards the original End Belle's position. Ends in a Line. Here Comes The Judge is the same as Prefer the End Belle for an Out Roll Circulate.

Sock It To Me [C2] (Holman Hudspeth 1968): From an applicable Line. Prefer the End Beau for an Out Roll Circulate.

Zoom Roll Circulate [C4]: From Parallel Lines in which the Ends all have their right-shoulder toward the center, or all have their left-shoulder toward the center. Out-Facing Ends Zoom as the Others Flip (180°) one position down the line toward the vacated End position. Ends in Parallel Lines.

Out Roll To A Diamond [C4]: From Parallel Lines in which the Ends of each Line are facing opposite directions. Out-Facing Ends and adjacent Centers do your part of Out Roll Circulate as the Others slide sideways toward the Center (to become Centers) and Hinge. Ends in Twin Diamonds.

Out Roll To A Wave [C4]: From Twin Diamonds or Parallel Lines in which the Ends of each Diamond or Line are facing opposite directions. Ends do your part of Out Roll Circulate as Centers move toward the vacated End position (without changing your facing direction) and Hinge. Twin Diamonds end in Parallel Lines; Parallel Lines end in a C1 Phantom position.

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