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  1. Relay The Top Burleson's
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 Relay The Top  -  C1
 Burleson's  -  entry 797
 

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This definition is from Burleson's Encylopedia of Square Dancing by Bill Burleson.
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Relay The Top

 Relay the Top  -  C1
 CALLERLAB  -  February 2010
 

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From parallel waves: All Swing. The centers Arm Turn 3/4 while the ends 1/2 Circulate, to create a star between two mini-waves. The star turns 1/4, while the others Trade. The center four dancers in the 6-person wave now Cast Off 3/4, while the others move up (as in Hourglass Circulate). Ends in parallel waves.

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Relay The Top

 Relay The Top  -  C1
 Jay King  -  page 42
 

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From parallel waves or eight chain thru formation (if done from eight chain thru formation, the first arm turn is by the right): All arm turn half, then centers arm turn 3/4. Ends facing out circulate half to form the ends of a six hand wave across the set. Two ends facing in step ahead and form a four hand star with the center two in the six hand wave. Ends of six hand wave turn adjacent dancer half and the four hand star makes a one quarter turn. Center four in the six-hand wave now do a 3/4 arm turn as the other four dancers step ahead (circulate half) to become wave ends. Finishes in parallel waves.

Holman Hudspeth 1969

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

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