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 Cast A Shadow (3 and 1 Line)
 Jay King  -  page 100


If the centers of the 3 and 1 lines are facing out, do a regular Cast a Shadow except the remaining centers at the finish of the movement do a Cloverleaf to fill the vacant space in new 3 and 1 lines by coming in from outside. If the Centers of the 3 and 1 line are facing in, no one does any shadowing--instead, the center four step to a wave, then Lock It and "Extend the Tag" into new 3 and 1 lines with the outsides who do the 3/4 arm turn and spread.

Joe Uebelacker 1976

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

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