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  1. Square The Dixie (Daisy) Jay King

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 Square The Dixie (Daisy)
 Jay King  -  page 193


From a squared set: Designated actives will Square Thru or Half Square thru depending on the call and then turn the outside person half by the right, then come back to the center and pull by with a left. Finishes in completed double pass thru formation. From double pass thru formation: Square the Dixie 3/4--Centers do a 3/4 Square Thru, then turn the outsides half by the left, return to the center and pull by with a right. Finishes in completed double pass thru formation.

Alan Burke 1966

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.
08-March-2021 20:52:40
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