Common Terminology

Anselm Lingnau

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Ron Mackey wrote:

> To me it's dance instruction with a smile! :)

Also the couple-turn-plus-extra-person method leads to potentially endless
discussions about who gets to put their hand on top. (Generally this will be
the »dancing person«, but what about The Royal Deeside Railway or Shiftin'
Bobbins?)

Anselm
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