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  • CAFFERTY: You're also out to prevent something called the wussification of Texas.

    CNN Transcript Mar 6, 2005

  • Our heads are nodding enthusiastically in response to the recent articles regarding America's "wussification" and the superiority of Chinese parenting philosophy.

    Tiger Mother's Child-Rearing Method Draws Response

  • "That's all he's been doing, from 'wussification' to yesterday on gambling."

    Phillies Zone

  • Posted 6:09 AM, 01/12/2011 Randell's rant about "wussification" of American / Philly sounds true in this situation.

    Phillies Zone

  • Joe and I hit the "wussification" argument as well as the idea of football players 'inherent toughness with regard to playing through "minor" pain.

    In The Bleachers - A College Football Blog and Podcast

  • In his mind, the notion of canceling a football game because of the threat of snow was emblematic of some of the things he sees in society, hence the "wussification" sentiment.

    NYT > Home Page

  • In re­sponse, industry observer Nancy Nall Derringer wrote that Zipp's genuflecting was further evidence of the "wussification" of newspapers.

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  • Creeping "wussification," coupled with an unwillingness to make big changes, helps explain why daily newspapers are struggling, critics charge.

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  • Ed Rendell off again, but here's official, visual proof, from NBC, that there's an NFL game tonight between the Minnesota Vikings and Philadelphia Eagles, thanks to the wussification of America.

    Just for Ed Rendell: 'Tuesday Night Football'

  • Smoking is one of many ways Kinky proves himself politically incorrect, a trait he takes great pride in since the obverse has contributed to the “wussification” of Texas.

    FLY FISHING WITH DARTH VADER

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