From parallel waves: Centers Hinge as ends Circulate one half. Lonesome outsides Quarter In to stand behind the center wave dancers whose backs are to them. Without stopping, the adjacent end dancers in the six hand wave arm turn half as the center four move as in a 3/4 Tag to form a new six hand wave with a pair of outsides facing out. The center four do a 3/4 left arm turn as the lonesome outsides do a Quarter Right. The four outsides now move up to be the ends of new waves. Finishes in parallel waves.
Paul McNutt 1976
This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
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