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fault plane

[′fȯlt ‚plān]
(geology)
A planar fault surface.
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There is a faultline of extremism with the Islamic Republic - we see this as a challenge but not a threat.
Structures built in faults should be built five meters from the faultline on both sides.
The trail follows the major natural faultline of the Great Glen, which divides Scotland from coast to coast.
The 100-kilometer-long West Valley Faultline passes through parts of Metro Manila and nearby provinces.
UK-based analyst group Rethink will merge The Online Reporter (TOR) from Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based publisher Rider Research into its own Faultline service, the company said.
29 November 2016 - UK-based analyst group Rethink will merge The Online Reporter (TOR) from Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based publisher Rider Research into its own Faultline service, the company said.
ISLAMABAD -- Aftershocks, which shook the Federal Capital during current month, have been caused by a new faultline.
The violence quickly spread to several states, cleaving the nation along the ethnic faultline of former vice-president-turned rebel leader Riek Machar's Nuer and president Salva Kiir's Dinka.
Erring on the side of safety, we believe the D-1 faultline is active," the panel concluded in its report.
Research on the faultline model helps to clarify the inconsistent, or mixed, consequences regarding team outcomes, and helps us to understand why, how, and when team-member diversity will lead to positive or negative team outcomes.
These subgroups represent a faultline whose magnitude influences the quality of business opportunities.
Faultline theory, as proposed by Lau and Murnighan (1998), provides one theoretical frame that identifies how conflict develops in decision-making groups.