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 Jay King  -  page 165


From parallel right hand waves: All Circulate half. All arm turn 3/4 by the right into an Alamo. Arm turn half by the left, now one quarter by the right into a thar. From a thar formation: Slip the clutch and move to the next dancer (Circulate half) and arm turn 3/4, then half arm turn and finally a quarter arm turn (alternate arms). Finishes in a thar. NOTE: After the half circulate, this is a Reverse Remake The Thar.

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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