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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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land

    Part, Question
1 1, 69 | gathered together, and the dry ~land appear," mean that corporeal 2 1, 69 | lowest body, ~namely, of land and sea. Hence Scripture, 3 1, 69 | suitable words, "Let ~the dry land appear."~Aquin.: SMT FP 4 1, 69 | and ~the appearing of the land. For "water," to use Augustine' 5 1, 69 | the sea is higher than the land, as Basil remarks (Hom. 6 1, 69 | with the place of the dry land, ~so that the sense would 7 1, 69 | that is, apart from the dry land. That the waters occupied 8 1, 69 | vapors and thus ~drying the land. Scripture, however, attributes 9 1, 69 | written: "He called ~the dry land, Earth." It may also be 10 1, 69 | it is said that "the dry land," that is, the part from 11 1, 69 | into one place and the dry land appeared"; secondly, when " 12 1, 70 | divided into sea and dry land. So also is it in the work 13 1, 71 | seals, have feet and walk on land. Therefore the production 14 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, land animals are more perfect 15 1, 71 | on the fifth day, before land animals.~Aquin.: SMT FP 16 1, 72 | living soul, so also have land animals. But these ~animals 17 1, 72 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, land animals are more like man, 18 1, 72 | adorned by the ~production of land animals, corresponds to 19 1, 72 | animals, those that live on land are, generally ~speaking, 20 1, 72 | life"; whereas it does call land animals "living ~creatures" 21 1, 72 | something of a soul, whilst land ~animals, from the higher 22 1, 74 | the ~distinction of the land. Therefore, other days ought 23 1, 74 | and the appearing of dry land, to ~denote the impression 24 1, 70 | gathered together, and the dry ~land appear," mean that corporeal 25 1, 70 | lowest body, ~namely, of land and sea. Hence Scripture, 26 1, 70 | suitable words, "Let ~the dry land appear."~Aquin.: SMT FP 27 1, 70 | and ~the appearing of the land. For "water," to use Augustine' 28 1, 70 | the sea is higher than the land, as Basil remarks (Hom. 29 1, 70 | with the place of the dry land, ~so that the sense would 30 1, 70 | that is, apart from the dry land. That the waters occupied 31 1, 70 | vapors and thus ~drying the land. Scripture, however, attributes 32 1, 70 | written: "He called ~the dry land, Earth." It may also be 33 1, 70 | it is said that "the dry land," that is, the part from 34 1, 70 | into one place and the dry land appeared"; secondly, when " 35 1, 71 | divided into sea and dry land. So also is it in the work 36 1, 71 | seals, have feet and walk on land. Therefore the production 37 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, land animals are more perfect 38 1, 71 | on the fifth day, before land animals.~Aquin.: SMT FP 39 1, 71 | living soul, so also have land animals. But these ~animals 40 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, land animals are more like man, 41 1, 71 | adorned by the ~production of land animals, corresponds to 42 1, 71 | animals, those that live on land are, generally ~speaking, 43 1, 71 | life"; whereas it does call land animals "living ~creatures" 44 1, 71 | something of a soul, whilst land ~animals, from the higher 45 1, 73 | the ~distinction of the land. Therefore, other days ought 46 1, 73 | and the appearing of dry land, to ~denote the impression 47 1, 90 | hands laid down the ~dry land"; but in this, that man 48 1, 92 | fire, and desolation of the land a trace of ~a hostile army.~ 49 2, 68 | shall lead me into the right land," because, to wit, none 50 2, 68 | the ~inheritance of that land of the Blessed, except he 51 2, 69 | The ~"possession" of the land denotes the well-ordered 52 2, 69 | inheritance, signified by "the land." They are "comforted" in 53 2, 69 | order, since to "possess the land" is less ~than to possess " 54 2, 69 | peaceful possession of the land of the living, whereby the ~ 55 2, 69 | is ~more to possess the land of the heavenly kingdom 56 2, 98 | thee not this excellent land in possession for thy justices, 57 2, 98 | he that is born ~in the land." But it would have been 58 2, 99 | eat the good things of the land. But if you ~will not, and 59 2, 102 | brought them out of the land of ~Egypt, concerning the 60 2, 102 | were plenty of them in the land of promise. ~Secondly, because 61 2, 102 | these are to be found in the Land of promise; to signify ~ 62 2, 102 | brought them through the arid land of the wilderness to a ~ 63 2, 102 | of the wilderness to a ~land of delights. On the eighth 64 2, 102 | peace granted to them in the Land of promise.~Aquin.: SMT 65 2, 102 | you shall be come into the land, and shall have planted 66 2, 102 | food from deep places on land or water: it may ~denote 67 2, 102 | walks like a partridge on land: it drinks ~only when it 68 2, 105 | I have ~given you" the land "for a possession: and you 69 2, 105 | thou wast a stranger in his land."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] 70 2, 105 | also were strangers in the land of Egypt": ~and (Ex. 23: 71 2, 105 | also were strangers in the land of Egypt." ~But it is an 72 2, 105 | foreigners passed through ~their land as travelers. Secondly, 73 2, 105 | they came to dwell in their land ~as newcomers. And in both 74 2, 105 | that which is born in the land." But in temporal matters 75 2, 105 | brought them out of the land of Egypt: let them not be 76 2, 114 | I have given him the land ~of Egypt because he hath 77 2, 10 | Christians to work on the land ~of Jews, because this does 78 2, 13 | brought thee out of the land of Egypt." Therefore the 79 2, 15 | brought thee out of the land of Egypt," and, likewise ~( 80 2, 24 | death all the wicked of the land": ~and God commanded (Ex. 81 2, 30 | mayest be longlived upon the ~land" (Ex. 20:12): and dutifulness 82 2, 31 | kept back the price of the land," ~without beforehand admonishing 83 2, 53 | his wife, sold a piece of land, and by fraud kept ~back 84 2, 53 | part of the price of the land." Now it pertains to injustice 85 2, 53 | Apostles kept the price of the land, which had been ~laid at 86 2, 55 | if a particular piece of land be ~considered absolutely, 87 2, 55 | the unmolested use of the land, it has a ~certain commensuration 88 2, 62 | death all the ~wicked of the land."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 89 2, 64 | half to the owner of the land, if the treasure trove be 90 2, 64 | treasure trove be in ~the land of another person [*Inst. 91 2, 64 | treasure. On ~the other Land the treasure-trove may be 92 2, 76 | when a man mortgages his land ~or the house wherein he 93 2, 76 | usufruct, for instance house or land ~property and so forth. 94 2, 76 | from ~another his house or land, he is bound to restore 95 2, 76 | restore not only the house or ~land but also the fruits accruing 96 2, 79 | one who ~cultivates the land, and an inhabitant [incola] 97 2, 84 | granted a portion of Church land, that he may make ~certain 98 2, 84 | that I am come into the land, for which He ~swore to 99 2, 84 | the first-fruits of the land, which the Lord ~hath given 100 2, 84 | the favor of the promised land given by God, but also on ~ 101 2, 84 | the first-fruits of the land ~which the Lord hath given 102 2, 84 | just as God granted the land of promise to ~the Jews 103 2, 85 | 30), ~"All tithes of the land, whether of corn or of the 104 2, 85 | possession of all his profit from land and ~stock, since sometimes 105 2, 85 | within whose bounds the land is situated. The law, however, 106 2, 85 | to the church on ~whose land the fold is situated.~Aquin.: 107 2, 86 | a pilgrimage to the Holy Land [*Cap. Scripturae, de Voto 108 2, 86 | pilgrimage to the Holy Land, are reserved to the Sovereign 109 2, 91 | Roman territory, ~or in the land of the Gauls, or in any 110 2, 95 | possess it?" namely, the ~land which God had promised him. 111 2, 95 | and entered not into the land ~of promise, according to 112 2, 98 | necessity to sell or buy land on which there ~has previously 113 2, 162 | themselves work on ~the land, are busied with other labors, 114 2, 172 | sent by him, to do in the land of Egypt to Pharaoh, and ~ 115 2, 172 | servants, and to his whole land."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] 116 2, 183 | expounding Lk. 12:16, "The land of a certain . . . man brought ~ 117 2, 186 | arms in defense of the Holy Land.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 118 2, 187 | cross in defense of the Holy Land; and the latter ~apparently 119 2, 187 | of pilgrimage to the Holy Land, which is a temporal vow; 120 2, 187 | pilgrimage to the Holy Land, as regards the advancement 121 2, 187 | round about the sea and the land to make one proselyte, and 122 2, 187 | that leads" man "into the land ~of uprightness" (Ps. 142: 123 3, 15 | be as a ~stranger in the land, and as a wayfaring man 124 3, 36 | beginning of faith came from the land where the ~day is born; 125 3, 36 | came from a distant foreign land ~to a kingdom that was entirely 126 3, 37 | every ~first-born in the land of Egypt, both men and cattle" ( 127 3, 38 | Jesus . . . came into the ~land of Judea . . . and baptized: 128 3, 39 | Israel entered into the land of promise. Now, this is 129 3, 39 | which is signified by the land of promise; wherefore it ~ 130 3, 44 | together over Jerusalem and the land of Judea; so that it was 131 3, 44 | expression refers to the land of ~Judea, as may be gathered 132 3, 46 | Adam the greatest in the ~land of [Vulg.: 'among'] the 133 3, 52 | and return no more, to a land that is dark and ~covered 134 3, 74 | easily be conveyed to every land, that is, as much as is ~ 135 3, 83 | Thou ~hast blessed Thy land . . . Thou hast forgiven 136 Suppl, 21| price of their piece of land (Acts 5:1-10). Therefore 137 Suppl, 47| to be cast forth from the land which ~was promised to the 138 Suppl, 52| a man sows on another's land, the produce belongs to ~ 139 Suppl, 52| belongs to ~the owner of the land. Now the woman's womb in 140 Suppl, 52| seed of ~man is like the land in relation to the sower. 141 Suppl, 59| regard to inhabitants of the land of Canaan, both because ~ 142 Suppl, 64| in ~defense of the Holy Land: and consequently this is 143 Suppl, 64| consent of his landlord whose land he has leased. And yet the 144 Suppl, 69| since she followed me by land and sea in order to ~abide 145 Suppl, 71| wished to be buried in the land of promise, where ~they 146 Suppl, 85| to judge. But the whole land ~of promise would not be 147 Suppl, 94| might be ~rendered "from the land of the living."], i.e. from


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