From a Thar or Wrong-Way Thar, end and adjacent center Arm Turn one-quarter (90 degrees) to form a
momentary Alamo ring. In a continuously flowing movement, everyone releases holds with the dancer they
just turned, and with the other hand, turn the next dancer one-half (180 degrees) to form another
momentary Alamo ring. Without stopping, they release holds at the completion of the half turn and, with
the other arm, turn the next dancer three-quarters (270 degrees) to form another Thar or Wrong-Way
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