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  1. Spin Chain The Gears Jay King

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 Spin Chain The Gears
 Jay King  -  page 45


From two parallel waves or eight chain thru formation (if started in eight chain thru formation, the first arm turn is by the right): All arm turn half, then all Fan Back (centers arm turn 3/4 and ends U-turn back). Centers of the wave across the set trade. Form two four-hand stars and turn each star exactly three quarters (those facing out in each star will meet in the center of the set when the 3/4 turn is completed). New centers of the wave across the center trade and then arm turn 3/4 with the ends. The other four dancers do a U-turn back. Finishes in parallel waves. NOTE: Whit invented the movement; I only contributed the name.

Whit Whitcomb and Jay King 1971

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.
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