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 Spin Chain The Gears  -  Plus
 Burleson's  -  entry 1245
 

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This definition is from Burleson's Encylopedia of Square Dancing by Bill Burleson.
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Spin Chain The Gears

 Spin Chain The Gears  -  Plus
 CALLERLAB  -  December 2007
 

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Starting formation - Parallel Ocean Waves. TIMING - 24

Each end and the adjacent center dancer turn one-half (180°). The new centers of each ocean wave turn three-quarters (270°) to form a new ocean wave across the set, as the other four dancers do a U Turn Back (turning in toward the center). The centers of the wave Trade and then release hands with each other. Four dancers on each side of the square now form a four-hand star and turn the star three-quarters, forming a new wave across the set. Centers of this wave Trade momentarily reforming the wave across the set. The two outside pairs of dancers of the center wave now turn three-quarters (270°) as the other four dancers turn back (turning away from the center).

STYLING: Dancers turning in ocean wave formations use styling as previously described for the basics swing thru and spin chain thru. For star portions of basic, refer to styling as indicated by the basic star right. When turning into the star or out to the wave, use a flowing turn rather than an abrupt aboutface. In star patterns, ladies' outside hands may be used to work skirts.

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Spin Chain The Gears

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