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|Zig-Zag, Zag-Zig [A2]|
(Bill Shymkus and Jack Lasry 1968)
From a One-Faced Column of 3, the caller could give three words (e.g., Zig-Zag-Zag), in which case the first word goes to #1, the second to #2, and the third to #3.
Similarly, from a One-Faced Column of 4, the caller could give four words.
Sidetrack [C3B] : From applicable formations. Zig-Zag; Counter Rotate 1/4; Roll. This is a 3-part call.
Single Turn To A Line [C3A]:
From Tandem dancers, Facing dancers, or Back-to-Back dancers.
As one movement, Zig-Zag, Step Thru, and turn 1/4 toward your initial turning direction.
Ends in a Couple or a Mini-Wave.
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