Great Plain Squares

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Starting formation - parallel waves.

Each end and the adjacent center dancer turn one half (180 degrees). The new centers of each ocean wave turn three quarters (270 degrees) to make a new ocean wave across the set. The two centers of this wave turn one half (180 degrees) to reform the wave across the set. The two outside pairs of dancers of the center wave now turn three quarters (270 degrees) to join the waiting ends and form parallel ocean waves.

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