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Since I, William Lindesay, invented the term wild wall, this name and all of its various forms, such as, but not limited to Wild Wall, WildWall, wilderness wall, Wilderness Wall are all copyright William Lindesay, and registered throughout the world and rest of the universe. Anyone foolish enough to misuse my inventions, copyrights or registered names, for any institutional name, profit or non-profit, for commercial purposes or product names will be contacted, will face legal action, and in some cases face military action, which may include, but not limited to, sniper archery and cavalry attacks. In a sentence, the term is mine, and has been since 1994. 

'Solitarily, with the indifference of nature herself, it crept up the mountain side and slipped down to the depth of the valley.....

Menacingly, the grim watch towers, stark and foursquare, at due intervals stood at their posts....

Ruthlessly it forged its dark way through a sea of rugged mountains....

Fearlessly, it went on its endless journey, league upon league, to the furthermost regions of Asia, mysterious like the great empire it guarded....

There in the mist, enormous, majestic, silent and terrible stood the Great Wall of China.'

From ‘Arabesque’, On a Chinese Screen, by William Somerset Maugham (1874-1965)