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 Shoot the Star / Shoot the Star Full Around  --  [Basic]
 CALLERLAB  -  November 2009


Starting formation - thar or wrong way thar. The handholds forming the center star are released as each center dancer and the adjacent outside dancer arm turn one half (180°) or full (360°) as directed. If half or full is not directed, the arm turn is one half.

STYLING: The forearm position is used for shooting the star. Outside hands free and in natural dance position. The lady will continue to hold skirt until hand is needed for next command. TIMING: Regular, 4 steps; full around, 8.

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Shoot The Star

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