From facing lines: Ends Circulate once and a half to join right hands and Single Hinge. Dancers looking out Fold as the centers step ahead to join right hands with opposite and arm turn half. New centers Fold and all move up. Finishes in column formation.
Leads Cast Back and the next two follow in single file. Last person walks forward three steps. Original second person in each file joins hands (inside hands) with the original trailing person. Finishes with a wave in the center between two pairs of outside dancers facing opposite to each other.
This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.
From column formation: Lead individual in each file does a Peel Off and walks ahead about two steps. The second dancer in each file follow the leads by stepping forward and doing a Peel Off to stand behind the leads. The trailing two in each file do a single file Circulate one position. Finishes in a parallel wave formation (with or without hands joined).