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In mine subsidence, a movement from the sides, the material sliding inward, and following the main break, assumed to be at right angles to the plane of the seam. The amount of this movement depends on several factors, such as the dip, depth of seam, and nature of overlying materials. Lewis
Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms

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