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 Cast A Shadow From Waves
 Jay King  -  page 35


From parallel waves: Those facing in step ahead to form a wave in the center. Ends facing out roll back and arm turn end dancer in the wave 3/4 and spread. The other people facing out (centers) do a Cloverleaf movement and step in on the inside beside dancer who was adjacent to them in the original wave to form a couple. The two in the center arm turn one quarter (by joined arms) and step straight ahead to the inside position of a couple facing out. Finishes in parallel two-faced lines.

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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