From Columns. Dancers facing each other on a diagonal (three pairs) step forward to join adjacent
forearms, turn one-half (180 degrees) and step forward to finish in a position vacated by the dancer who
was originally adjacent to them in the column. Meanwhile, the #1 dancer in each column Runs into the
position vacated by the adjacent #4 dancer who is doing the forearm turn. When done from right-hand
columns, the dancers facing in turn by the right. When done from left-hand columns, the dancers facing
in turn by the left hand.
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