Normal faults, of which Figure 184 is an example, hade to the downthrow; the hanging wall has gone down.
These nets are to be let down like a hanging wall, in the path of the shoal, at night.
He reached for his carbide lamp, hooked to a small chink of the hanging wall, and then pulled his hat over his bulging forehead.
The upper wall of an inclined vein is the hanging wall; the other the foot wall.
Thrust faults hade to the upthrow; the hanging wall has gone up.
The country rock lying immediately above the reef is the “hanging wall,” and that immediately below, the “foot wall.”
He rode at the helm into the first hanging wall of foam, erect and triumphant!