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Agnes Grant Hay (1838—1910)

Alex Hay (b. 1930)

Alexander Hay (c. 1590—1639) army officer in the Swedish service

Alexander Hay (c. 1735—1806) topographer

Alexander Hay Japp (1836—1905) author and publisher

Alexander Hays (1819—1864)

Alexander of Easter Kennet Hay (c. 1572—1594) administrator and judge

Alsager Hay Hill (1839—1906) social reformer

Andrew Hay (c. 1523—1593) Church of Scotland minister

Andrew Hay (1762—1814) army officer

Andrew Leith Hay (1785—1862) writer on architecture

antic hay

Antic Hay

Archibald Hay (c. 1520—1547) humanist scholar and writer on education

Arthur Hay (1824—1878) army officer and naturalist

Carter Hay

Catherine Hay (b. 1910)

Charles Hay Cameron (1795—1880) jurist

Colin Hay

Colin Hay (b. 1953)

David Hay Fleming (1849—1931) antiquary and writer on Scottish history

David Hays (b. 1930)

David Ramsay Hay (1798—1866) decorative painter and writer on art and design

Deborah Hay (b. 1941)

Edmund Hay (c. 1534—1591) Jesuit

Edward Hay (c. 1761—1826) historian and political activist

Francis Hay (c. 1553—1631) rebel

George Campbell Hay (1915—1984) poet

George D. Hay

George Hay (c. 1530—1588) Church of Scotland minister


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A country dance dating back to the 1520s, or earlier, and featuring a serpentine formation in which two lines of dancers thread through each other. This movement is featured in other dances, including the farandole.

Subjects: Music.

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