In a normal fault, the two fault blocks are moving away from each other in the direction of gravity (one block is falling away from the other). This forms a cliff-like feature known as a fault scrap. In a reverse fault the opposite happens. The blocks are moving towards each other and thus scrape against each other with material from one fault overlaying material from another fault.
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