1- 8 1s cross down to dance mirror reels of 3 on opposite sides (3s in/up, 2s in/down). 2s end in 1st place, 1s in prom hold face 2M
9-12 1s (in prom hold) dance ½ diagonal RSh reel of 3 with 2M+3L. 1s end facing 2L
13-16 1s (in prom hold) dance ½ diagonal LSh reel of 3 with 2L+3M. 1s end in 2nd place nearer hands joined facing down
17-24 1s dance down, cast up round 3s to 2nd place opposite sides. 3s+1s+2s turn 2H 1½ finishing in centre, facing up, ready for...
25-32 3s+1s+2s dance Allemande
Note: At end of 2nd time, 1s end in 3rd place, 4s start reel from 4th place (dancing in/up) as original 1s step down
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
1 - 8 First couple cross down to dance reels of three with second and third couples on the opposite side. First couple finish in promenade hold facing second man while second couple finish in first place
9 - 12 First couple in promenade hold dance a half diagonal reel of three with second man and third lady, giving right shoulder to start. First couple finish facing second lady.
13 - 16 First couple, still in promenade hold, dance a half diagonal reel of three with second lady and third man, giving left shoulder to start. First couple finish facing down the set in second place with nearer hands joined.
17 - 20 First couple dance down between the third couple and cast to second place on the opposite side.
21 - 24 Third, first and second couples turn partners with two hands one and a half times to finish in the centre facing up ready for an allemande.
25 - 32 Third, first and second couples dance an allemande.
Repeat having passed a couple.
(Dance Crib compiled by the deviser, Brian Charlton, 1995)
(Dance Notes by the deviser, Brian Charlton)
Recommended Music: A suitable recording is 'Lady Lucy Ramsay', A Dancer's Miscellany Vol. IV
A ruby is a pink to blood-red colored gemstone, a variety of the mineral corundum (aluminium oxide). The red color is caused mainly by the presence of the element chromium. Its name comes from ruber, Latin for red.
It is traditional on wedding anniversaries to give your partner (or couples) a gift that symbolises the particular anniversary. These gifts are made of different materials for each wedding anniversary.
The wedding anniversary associated with the material 'ruby' is the 40th.
Here is a list of the materials associated with traditional anniversary gifts in the UK for the various years.
|1st Cotton||11th Scent||30th Pearl|
|2nd Paper||12th Silk and Fine Linen||35th Coral|
|3rd Leather||13th Barometer||40th Ruby|
|4th Fruit and Flower||14th Clock||45th Sapphire|
|5th Wooden||15th Crystal||50th Gold|
|6th Sugar||16th Holloware||55th Emerald|
|7th Woollen||18th Coloured Gems||60th Diamond|
|8th Salt, Pottery||19th Furniture||65th Blue Sapphire|
|9th Copper||20th China||70th Platinum|
|10th Tin, coal||25th Silver||75th Diamond|