Step controversy. Was: John's dance for Roy?

Anselm Lingnau

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Patricia Ruggiero wrote:

> I know nothing of this. Would you summarize?

Ian did that already -- two-handed turns in skip-change-of-step vs.
pas-de-basque.

Anselm
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