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 Dosido Northern Style (Dosido Cowboy Style)


Performed by two couples with hands joined in a circle of four. Men let go of partner's hand, ladies pass left shoulders and immediately give left hands to partner's left hand. (If doing a Dosi Ballonet, this is one of the two places to balance forward and back). Walk around partner and give a right to opposite man (balance here again on a Dosi Ballonet). Walk around him and return to partner. Give a left hand to him and be courtesy turned to place. The men do not turn until they do the courtesy turn at the end.

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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