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 Oxbow Loop
 Jay King  -  page 4


From a circle: "First old gent with the left hand up, you make a little hoop; back up through your corner and you pull 'em all through with the Oxbow Loop. Circle to the left like you didn't give a hoot, second old gent get ready in the chute, it's the left hand up, etc." Without letting go any hands, Number One man steps over in front of the corner, turns his back to her, looping left hand over his own head and back up thru the arch of the corner lady and her partner to stand back to back with corner's partner. Pull the line thru with the right hand, keeping the line on the number one man's right side. Corner lady wrings the dishrag (turns under). Now circle again. Number two man then gets ready to go.

Lloyd "Pappy" Shaw 1945

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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