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  1. Remake (The Thar) Jay King
  2. Remake The Thar Burleson's
  3. Remake The Thar CALLERLAB

 Remake (The Thar)  -  A2
 Jay King  -  page 43
 

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From a thar or wrong way thar: Break the star and arm turn one quarter into an Alamo. With the other arm, turn half into a new alamo, and finally changing arms again arm turn 3/4 to form another thar.

Oscar Hilding 1971

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

 Remake The Thar  -  A2
 Burleson's  -  entry 1295
 

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This definition is from Burleson's Encylopedia of Square Dancing by Bill Burleson.
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Remake The Thar

 Remake The Thar  -  A2
 CALLERLAB  -  March 2010
 

Definition:
 

Timing: 10

From a Thar or Wrong-Way Thar, end and adjacent center Arm Turn one-quarter (90 degrees) to form a momentary Alamo ring. In a continuously flowing movement, everyone releases holds with the dancer they just turned, and with the other hand, turn the next dancer one-half (180 degrees) to form another momentary Alamo ring. Without stopping, they release holds at the completion of the half turn and, with the other arm, turn the next dancer three-quarters (270 degrees) to form another Thar or Wrong-Way Thar.

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Remake The Thar

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