(Name suggested by Dr. Lloyd Shaw)
An arm turning movement that involves partner and corner: Arm turn partner by the left, then arm turn corner by the right and go home to arm turn partner by the left and take the next call.
BACKGROUND NOTE: This was the original Texas Dosido which relied on the caller to decide at which point it ended--in other words, the arm turning between partner and corner could go on for awhile until the caller gave directions for ending it--the "Paso" part of the name stands for El Paso.
This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.