So maybe it’s a solution Ameron.
If a Trick is the same number of throws/manipulations as the number of objects manipulated.
(So doing a flash of a cascade 3b is a trick).
So, as it’s is not precise in the definition, a trick can be throw/manipulation simultaneously both hand or not, in mirror or not
Word as Pattern, Sequence, Routine could be a Extension/Modification of the definition of the word Trick or a Serial Trick.
And you can have Family of Trick (as Family of Pattern, Sequence and Routine).
BodyThrows and BodyCatch can be families.
With the no-continuously Trick that is mention above, you have the mirror continuously trick that can be done as a cycle but has to start from the other hand each time (as the fash of a cascade 3b).
For example, any repetition of a even siteswap number (as with 3b : 222, 444, 666) is a continuously possible Trick.
You have the Multiplex Family where you throw all the object you have and catch them all (can be done continuously and or not in mirror). So family can cross boundary.
A more complex example are possible.
Which mean that Continuous as mirror or not Trick can’t be a family but is a characteristic of the trick and family.
Pattern, is a extension of the definition of Trick. A trick that is reproduce as a cycle, as periodic without the state before and after the Trick.
So a trick is a cascade 3b but not multiple flashs of 3b cascade put one after a other. Because a flashs start and end with ball in the hand.
BodyThrow Pattern is a family of Pattern. All the different Mills’s mess is the Mill’s mess family. All the different box are Box Family.
Sequence is a serial trick and serial pattern. At least 2 Tricks and n Pattern put next to a other with or without any add manipulation.
So multiple flashs of 3b cascade mention in the example above.
So if you have a Pattern that is beautiful and cyclic as for example 3 bodyThrows and add one or two bodyThrow that keep the Pattern as beautiful and cyclic NO it’s has become a Sequence !
A Routine is multiple Sequences that serve a purpose as doing it in a show, to warm up, to show of, to train, to document Tricks or Pattern.