4-Couple Square Set.
At the start of the fourth repeat following the progression, 2341, or of the second repeat following the less usual progression, 4123.
Note that the numbered Places of the Dancers in the Full set (the Places in which they started the dance) are shown as 1 2 3 4, i.e., in Times New Roman font in the upper left part of the Dancer's symbol; their numbered Places in the Active set (the Places in which they started the Repeat) are shown as 1 2 3 4, i.e., in Helvetica font in the lower right part.
Exceptionally, Rubik's Cube does have Dancers disposed at the corners of the Square set (at A,B,C and D in the diagram) with the others at the midpoint of each Side.
This logical problem is exacerbated by the existence of what, for want of a better name, we call the 2-couple square set in which the 4 Dancers are disposed at the corners of a square; strictly, it should only be called square if the familiar Square set were renamed as the Octagonal Set. Fortunately, very few dances require this format name though Round the room set dances with Couples as the Partner group share that format.
There are also a few Square sets for Partner groups other than Couples.
The Craven Twelvesome has the format of the 4-couple square set but with threesomes, a Man between two Ladies, at the Top and Bottom and on each Side of the Square set.
The Reel of Five has five individual Dancers arranged in the format of the 5-couple square set and so should be called a 5-Dancer Square set; confusingly, the RSCDS has chosen to use the term, Diamond Formation (though this would be completely logical if the Square set were renamed as the Octagonal Set and the Triangular set as the Hexagonal Set).
Domino Five also has five individual Dancers arranged in the format of the 5-couple square set. Here, the deviser chose to define The set rotated 45° clockwise and with Dancers 1-4 at the corners of The set; this has the disadvantage that the style of the Square set is lost and it is not unambiguously clear which is the 1st Dancer.