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 Alternate Daisy Teacup
 Jay King  -  page 50

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A Teacup Like a Daisy Chain in which ladies and men alternate as actives--A super complex and difficult movement. The only way I can describe this is to have all dancers retain original identity throughout. Heads ladies star right 3/4 and the side ladies go right for a right arm turn. Head men now star left once and a quarter while side men move directly to the right. Head ladies (from the side position) star left 3/4 as side ladies go directly to the left. Side men star left once and a quarter as the head men go directly to the right. Head ladies star left once and a quarter as the side ladies go directly to the right. Side men star left 3/4 as the head men go directly to the left. Side ladies star left once and a quarter as the head ladies go directly to the right. Side men star right 3/4 as the head men go directly to the right and all arm turn partners by the left to take the next call.

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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