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 Peel Thru
 Jay King  -  page 236


Version #1

From a Z formation: Lead dancers Peel Off as trailers move up and Trade. Finishes in a wave. (Johnny Jones 1973)

COMMENT: This specific action is covered by the more general term, Peel And Trail.

Version #2

From two parallel waves with two men or two girls in the center: Ends Fold while the centers Peel Off (ie.., all swing half) then all eight Circulate and Slide thru with the ones met. Finishes in lines of four facing in or out. (Ronnie Cole 1975)

COMMENT: Can be called directionally as "Swing Half" or "Scoot Back" Then all eight circualte and Slide Thru."

Johnny Jones and Ronnie Cole 1973-75

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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