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  1. Motivate Burleson's
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  3. Motivate Jay King

 Motivate  -  A2
 Burleson's  -  entry 1705
 

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This definition is from Burleson's Encylopedia of Square Dancing by Bill Burleson.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

Motivate

 Motivate  -  A2
 CALLERLAB  -  March 2010
 

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Timing: 16

From waves: All Circulate, the centers of each wave Cast Off 3/4 while the ends Circulate 1/2, to create a star between two mini-waves. The star turns half, while those in the mini-waves Trade. Those who meet Cast Off 3/4, while the others move up (as in Hourglass Circulate) to become the ends of parallel waves.

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Motivate

 Motivate  -  A2
 Jay King  -  page 40
 

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From parallel waves: Ends circulate once and a half. Centers circulate once and arm turn 3/4. In the six-hand wave, ends and adjacent dancers arm turn half as the center four star half. Inside four in the six-hand wave now arm turn 3/4 as the others circulate half to the ends of new parallel waves. Finishes in parallel waves.

Lee Kopman 1973

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
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Motivate

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