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A wall is a solid structure that provides a barrier or enclosure.

Wall, WALL, or The Wall may also refer to:

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Arts, entertainment, and mediaEdit

FilmsEdit

LiteratureEdit

MusicEdit

AlbumsEdit

Concerts and toursEdit

(Chronological)

SongsEdit

Other uses in musicEdit

  • The Wall (band), a punk rock band formed in 1978
  • Wall of Sound (also called the Spector Sound), a music production formula that creates a dense orchestral aesthetic

TelevisionEdit

Programs and seriesEdit

Episodes and eventsEdit

Other uses in arts, entertainment, and mediaEdit

  • WALL, radio station (1340 AM) in Middletown, New York, United States
  • Wall, a dramatic monologue by David Hare, and upcoming film adaptation, about the Israeli West Bank barrier

Brands and enterprisesEdit

  • Wall, a chain of music stores owned in 1997 by WHSmith and acquired in 1998 by Camelot Music
  • Wall GmbH, a German out-of-home advertising and street furniture company, which is a subsidiary of JCDecaux

PeopleEdit

Physical structuresEdit

Also see
List of walls, historical and contemporary

PlacesEdit

Science and technologyEdit

  • Wall (butterfly) or Lasiommata megera, a butterfly in the family Nymphalidae
  • wall (Unix) or wall(1), a unix command-line utility to write messages to users
  • Facebook Wall, a feature on Facebook that allows users to post comments and links on their friends' profile pages
  • Galaxy wall, a subtype of galaxy filament

SportsEdit

  • Hitting the wall, a condition in endurance sports when depletion of glycogen stores in the liver and muscles results in relatively sudden and severe fatigue
  • Soft wall, a name for the SAFER barrier in motorsports

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