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 Half Tag The Line  --  [Mainstream]
 Jay King  -  page 20


From four people in line regardless of who faces out and who faces in: All face down the line and walk forward passing right shoulders until the lead dancers from one side of the line come even (shoulder to shoulder) with the trailing dancers from the other side of the line. All take the next call (In, Out, Right, Left). BACKGROUND NOTE: Tag the Line has a considerable history. The term "Tag" was first used in this sense by Holman Hudspeth with a movement he called "Tag the Centers."

John Steckman 1970

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

1/2 Tag (The Line)

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