A question of corners

Bryan McAlister

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I agree that the use of 1st -4th corners would be helpful as such
phrases as "First corner person" can be extremely confusing. It is
amazing how difficult it can be to remember who one's FCP actually is in
the middle of a dance.
Additionally, although the term First corner means different locations
for Women and Men, in many cases you are taking about figures which are
worked around the respective diagonal so that the term First corner
diagonal is appropriately logical.

Merry Christmas

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Bryan McAlister

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