From a squared set: (Head people remain head people and side people remain side people): Four ladies chain, while the head men face to the right and pull by right hands with the side men to courtesy turn the lady coming out of the center (corner lady). Four ladies chain again and original head men again chain right with the original side men to courtesy turn the lady coming out of the center (opposite lady). Do it twice more until all are home.
Bob Gray 1964
This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
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