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 Anything Motivate
 Jay King  -  page 186

Definition:
 

The "Anything" call is a movement that replaces the initial All Eight Circulate in Motivate (See Challenge Dancing's Basic Calls). See the following four examples.

Counter Motivate (author unknown): From parallel waves: Do an All Eight Counter Rotate then finish as in Motivate--i.e., ends Circulate half as centers arm turn 3/4, etc.

Split Motivate (author unknown): From parallel waves: Do a Split Circulate then finish as in Motivate--i.e., ends Circulate half as centers arm turn 3/4, etc.

Cross Motivate (author unknown): From parallel waves: Do an All Eight Cross Circulate then finish as in Motivate--i.e., ends Circulate half as centers arm turn 3/4, etc.

Rotary Motivate (Bruce Stretton): From parallel waves: Do a Rotary Circulate then finish as in Motivate--i.e., ends Circulate half as centers arm turn 3/4, etc.

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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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