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Weakness

Gertrude
“Frailty, thy name is woman!” [Br. Lit.: Hamlet]
Henry VI
dominated by queen and vassal; shirks responsibilities. [Br. Lit.: Henry VI]
John, King
without grandeur, strength, or any regal quality. [Br. Lit.: King John]
Milquetoast, Casper
the original “Timid Soul”; afraid of calling soul his own. [Comics: Horn, 663]
Mitty, Walter
epitome of weak-spirited man. [Am. Lit.: “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” in Payton, 448]
musk
traditional symbol of weakness. [Plant Symbolism: Flora Symbolica, 176]
Pilate, Pontius
yields to clamoring of Jews, hands Jesus over. [N.T.: Matthew 27:24–26; Luke 23:16–25; John 19:1–16]
Warren, Nicole
relies on Dick for stability and identity. [Am. Lit.: Tender Is the Night]
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Reflecting on his Senate testimony, Turley observes, "The Senate Banking panel understood that, especially in the first year [of 404 reporting], there will be some levels of deficiencies, material weaknesses and adverse opinions.
However, significant deficiencies in controls might be deemed material weaknesses, even though the auditor found no related misstatements.
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He said that Parliament should look into its weaknesses.
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Benoit's (1995) image restoration typology assists in the determination of the communication strategies management uses to explain how such material weaknesses occur and what strategies management intends to use to address those weaknesses.
This study uses Benoit's (1995) image restoration theory to identify the type of communication strategies banking companies employ to inform the public about material weaknesses found in internal controls.
Most training needs analysis exercises identify strengths and weaknesses but then concentrate on fixing the latter.