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Contradance enthusiasts are often asked, "What (the heck) is contradance?" The question draws a [http://www.sbcds.org/contradance/whatis/ gammut of answers], and even after years of dancing it remains hard to respond well to. It's not a square dance, though many of the figures are the same as in square. It's not a line dance, though a ''set'' consists of two lines. It ''is'' an intricate, moving knot of dancers, in which you and a partner progress down the dance hall and back again, dancing a series of ''figures'' with each couple you encounter on the way. It has been called, "A roller coaster ride we make for ourselves."