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in·her·ent

(in-her'ent),
Occurring as a natural part or consequence; latent imminent; intrinsic.
[L. inhaerens, sticking to, adhering]

inherent

/in·her·ent/ (in-her´ent) implanted by nature; intrinsic; innate.

inherent

[inhir′ənt]
Etymology: L, inhaerere, to cling to
inborn, innate; natural to an environment. Compare indigenous.

in·her·ent

(in-her'ĕnt)
Occurring as a natural part or consequence; intrinsic.
[L. inhaerens, sticking to, adhering]

inherent

Of a quality or part, existing naturally or intrinsically.

inherent

existing as an inseparable part, congenital, innate, inherited, inborn, inbuilt, intrinsic.
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require that, for high risk clients, inherent risk assessments be reviewed by the concurring partner or an industry expert before the related tests of controls and substantive tests are designed and performed
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When designing such procedures, the auditor should consider the inherent risk and control risk for these assertions.
Borrowing Bakhtin's study of Rabelais and the upside-down character of his world as a model, Smith assumes that Durer was aware of the inherent contradictions in life and in art.
Third, the pope argues that reserving ordination to males is not discriminatory, with Bernardin adding that there is no injustice here because persons do not have an inherent right to ordination.
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Auditing standards indicate that inherent, control and analytical procedures risks may be combined to determine the extent of substantive, detailed testing.
Our firm's daily consulting practice as well as history and recent changes of the broker's regulations have proven to buyers that the seller's broker is not a credible, acceptable source of financial information because of the inherent conflict of interest.
Since the publication of the original concept book in 1996, there have been many developments on the concept of inherent safety.