From parallel waves: All eight circulate then centers arm turn 3/4 as ends Circulate another half. Ends of six hand wave and the center four hand star turn half. Ends of the six hand wave Circulate once and a half as the lonesome dancers Circulate to the nearest end of the six hand wave. Center four in the wave arm turn half by the left and all arm turn half by the right, center four arm turn 3/4 by the left as the outsides move up to end positions. Finishes in parallel waves.
Ernie Carviel 1974
This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
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