Corners - was 'sashes'

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Message 43084 · 8 Nov 2005 12:50:44 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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> Perhaps, this is a good argument for defining a 'corner' as a 'position' rather
than a 'person'.
>
> Iain Boyd

Greetings:

As Helen pointed out to me,

when you are a man the corner positions don't change, and the concept of 3rd & 4th
corners helps (because 1st corner is always "diagonally down from 1st place", you
have a fixed reference point) - however ladies who have to dance on both sides don't
have this fixed point, so they have to make even more of an adjustment to work out
where 4th corners are.

Malcolm

Malcolm L Brown
York

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