He's heavy into PMTS......I think....
Sure Max. A skating type step executed at the end of a turn. A means of compensating for the sidecut limitations. They couldn't carve the entire turn, so a pivot at the start of the turn and/or a diverging skating step at the end of the turn was used, with a carve in between.
Stenmark was the dominant force on the WC before Tomba, and he made a career out of the diverging step, in both GS and SL. As evidenced by the video BigE linked, it was still pervasively used in 88.