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 Chain The Glade
 Jay King  -  page 54


Start by arm turning partner by the left. Head ladies lead with a Dixie Wheel (pull by with a right, pull the men into the center with a left and the two men arm turn once around by the right). Sides continue to arm turn once and a half around and the side men head for their corner position (side ladies remain inactive at home position) to arm turn the lady (who has come across on the Dixie Wheel) by the right. Side men head back for home and now all arm turn partners by the left (the head men come out of the arm turn in the center to turn original partner in the opposite position from home). Continue by having the heads turn once and a half around as the sides go in for a Dixie Wheel and continue the rest of the movement. All finish with original partners in opposite spots from home.

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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