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 Peel, Turn And Peel / Cross
 Jay King  -  page 237


Peel, Turn And Peel

From columns: Lead dancer in each column does a Peel Off. Others step forward and arm turn a half. The center two then do a Peel Off and step forward into a wave (left hand if the original columns were clockwise; right hand if counterclockwise). Finishes in parallel waves. (Andy Cisna 1974)

Peel, Turn And Cross - modification of Peel, Turn And Peel

From columns: Lead dancers Peel Off, thet other six step forward (single file circulate) where the lead and trailing dancer of these six do a Trade while the center two (of each column of three) arm turn one quarter and do a diagonal "Step Thru" to form waves. Finishes in parallel waves. (Will Orlich 1974)

COMMENT: Time will tell.

Andy Cisna and Willard Orlich 1974

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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