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 Here Comes The Judge  -  C2
 Burleson's  -  entry 608
 

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Here Comes The Judge

 Here Comes the Judge  -  C2
 CALLERLAB  -  February 2010
 

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From a general line of four with both ends facing the same direction: Dancer on the right end Trades to the other end of the line. Meanwhile, each of the other dancers, in a single, smooth motion, faces the vacated spot, takes a step forward, and turns another 1/4 in the same direction as first turned. Finishes in a line facing the opposite direction.

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Here Comes The Judge

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