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 Ends Run And Hinge Your Neighbor
 Jay King  -  page 130


From parallel waves or two-faced lines: Ends Run and then Hinge (with each other) to form a wave across the set. Centers of this wave Trade and then do a Left Turn Thru with the wave ends. Meanwhile the new ends Circulate one position and face in. Finishes in eight chain thru formation. NOTE: The "Neighbors" here are the wave centers rather than the more usual meaning of ends and adjacent dancer in the wave.

Dick Bayer 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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