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 Couples Hinge
 Jay King  -  page 15


From a line of four or two-faced line: Do a half wheel across (or half a couples trade). Finishes in a two-faced line at right angles to original line. BACKGROUND NOTE: The "Couples Hinge" was extracted from a longer movement by Ron called Couples Hinge And Trade (on the Challenge Dancing's Basic Calls list). From a two-faced line, the Couples Hinge movement is actually a fractionated version of older movements called "Four in Line You Travel" and "Weathervane."

Ron Schneider 1970

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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