1- 8 1s cross down and dance out between 2s+3s turning 3s by near hand to meet partner, dance up and turn 2s by nearest hand to 2nd place opposite sides
9-16 1s cross down to 3rd place and dance reel of 3 own side (2s dance out and down as 3s dance in and up between 2s), 1s end (hold LH) facing 1st corners
17-24 1s set to 1st corners, turn inwards and set to 3rd corner as 3rd corners set adv to dance RH across with 1s, 1s end turning to face 2nd corners
25-32 1s repeat bars 17-24 with 2nd/4th corners but dancing LH across
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
1-2 1s cross down to second place (no hands);
3-4 1L3M turn by the left WHILE 1M3L turn by the right;
5-8 1s lead up, 1L2M turn by the left WHILE 1M2L turn by the right, 1s finishing on opposite sides facing down;
9-16 1s cross down between 3s to start reels of 3 on own sides, 1s finishing by taking left hands to face first corners;
17-18 1s set to first corners and change hands;
19-20 1s set to partners' first corners;
21-24 1s with first corners right hands across, 1s finishing facing second corners;
25-26 1s set to second corners and change hands;
27-28 1s set to partners' second corners;
29-32 1s with second corners left hands across, 1s finishing in 2nd place.
(MAXICRIB, Scottish country dancing instructions compiled by Reuben Freemantle)
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