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have a weakness for someone or something

Fig. to be unable to resist someone or something; to be (figuratively) powerless against someone or something. I have a weakness for chocolate. John has a weakness for Mary. I think he's in love.
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have a weakness for

Be susceptible to; also, like or enjoy. For example, She has a weakness for older men, or Bill has a weakness for fine wine. [c. 1700]
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But a project by the University Hospital of NHS Trust is hoping to raise awareness of two lesser known signs - leg weakness and loss of vision.
This has generated academic interest, resulting in several different research streams regarding firm reporting and compliance under Section 404, including the market reaction to internal control weakness disclosures and the characteristics of firms that have material weaknesses.
However, management may use other strategies to disclose the weakness, to evaluate the weakness, or to address its responsibility to correct the weakness.
So I wonder if it is the prominence of scriptural interpretation in Weakness that pushes it over the line into theology?
If the controller completes his or her mental review of the company's internal controls and is unable to identify a mitigating control for the error and therefore has a material misstatement that will, even if it is recorded, leave a material weakness in its wake, the need to accelerate the account reconciliations becomes clear.
Assets so classified must have a well-defined weakness or weaknesses that jeopardize the liquidation of the debt.
Her examination was notable for dysarthria, tremors, and global weakness with rightsided predominance.
Maintaining a position of strength and expectation, rather than weakness and desperation, is crucial to the process and extends beyond merely passing on inappropriate candidates.
As beloved children of God Jesus invites us to be loved by God in this way, to expose ourselves to the one who was himself exposed so that our feelings of weakness will no longer have power over us.
A weakness is a limitation, fault, defect, or deficiency in resources, skills, and capabilities that seriously impedes the profession.
CIDP is associated with a variety of concomitant medical illnesses, which often manifest weeks before the onset of muscle weakness and paresis.
Neuropathies lead to numbness and sometimes pain and weakness in the hands, arms, feet, and legs.
A total of 25 patients with neuromuscular weakness resembling Guillain-Barre syndrome in association with lactic acidosis were reported to the FDA's Adverse Event Reporting System.
The team's most glaring weakness through the first six weeks of the season has been its defense, head coach Ryan Rockabrand said.
In this case technology would be considered a weakness for your particular business.