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countries 13
country 106
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counts 27
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107 subsistent
107 wanting
106 apoc
106 country
106 deliver
106 figurative
106 negligence
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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country

    Part, Question
1 1, 64 | Vulg. 'him'] out of the country" (Mk. 5:10).~ 2 1, 65 | Vulg. 'him'] out of the country" (Mk. 5:10).~ 3 1, 105 | says: "In that heavenly country, though there are ~some 4 2, 38 | that he fled from his ~country, where he had been wont 5 2, 60 | to our parents or to our country; "Gratitude," ~whereby we 6 2, 60 | man to the good of his ~country. But that justice which 7 2, 61 | work for the good of their ~country and for the safety of the 8 2, 68 | to our father and to our country. And ~since God is the Father 9 2, 94 | fighting against one's country. And this principle will 10 2, 95 | according to the custom of the ~country, suitable to place and time, 11 2, 95 | according to the custom of the country."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[95] A[ 12 2, 95 | according to the ~customs of the country, adapted to place and time," 13 2, 96 | according to the customs of the country." Now possibility or faculty 14 2, 97 | according to the custom of the country" [*Q[95], ~A[3]], which 15 2, 97 | to the ~betrayer of his country, or something similar. But 16 2, 101 | manifested in our heavenly country, but also of Christ, Who ~ 17 2, 102 | as unclean: for in that country nearly ~all the trees bear 18 2, 105 | whether he be one of your own country ~or a stranger: there shall 19 2, 105 | necessary for a state or country to become void of ~inhabitants. 20 2, 105 | down fruit-trees of that country.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 21 2, 107 | that is to say, a heavenly country," which is said of the ~ 22 2, 29 | temporal common good of ~his country. Since therefore men engage 23 2, 29 | view to ~the welfare of his country as a whole: wherefore it 24 2, 31 | secretly to betray his ~country to its enemies, or when 25 2, 38 | true faith, or to save his country, or in defense of ~Christians, 26 2, 39 | the inhabitants of that country quarrelled with ~them: wherefore 27 2, 49 | case of the ~enemy of one's country, when it would be wrong 28 2, 56 | is it stated through what country it ~flows, because justice 29 2, 69 | and for the custom of the country. If, however, ~they wickedly 30 2, 75 | for instance, lest his country lack the necessaries of ~ 31 2, 78 | the ~well-wishers of his country." Thirdly, according to 32 2, 83 | Moreover we find that in every country the people are ~wont to 33 2, 84 | according to the custom of their country and the needs of ~the Church' 34 2, 84 | according to the custom of one's country. And it was ~reasonable 35 2, 85 | according to the custom of their country and the ~needs of the ministers: 36 2, 85 | reason of the custom of one's country.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[ 37 2, 86 | marry, the peace of their country might ~be procured. Therefore 38 2, 86 | given above (OBJ[1]), of a country being restored to peace 39 2, 99 | and well-wishers of our country ~and render them faithful 40 2, 99 | are our ~parents and our country, that have given us birth 41 2, 99 | chiefly to his parents and his country, after ~God. Wherefore just 42 2, 99 | one's ~parents and one's country.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[101] A[ 43 2, 99 | The worship given to our ~country includes homage to all our 44 2, 99 | all the friends ~of our country. Therefore piety extends 45 2, 99 | the well-wishers of our country"; not, ~however, equally 46 2, 99 | piety, whereby we give our country worship and duty, ~seems 47 2, 99 | homage to our parents and country, and to those who are related ~ 48 2, 99 | towards our parents and country.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[101] A[ 49 2, 99 | manner than one's father or country. Hence religion, which ~ 50 2, 99 | homage ~to our parents and country. But things relating to 51 2, 99 | 3: Piety extends to our country in so far as the latter 52 2, 99 | regards the good of our ~country, considered as the common 53 2, 102 | fame abroad in all that country." Yet they are not blamed 54 2, 106 | goods ~such as riches, his country and his good name. Wherefore, 55 2, 106 | he is banished from ~his country; "fines," whereby he is 56 2, 118 | order to fight against his country. In ~these and like cases 57 2, 120 | parents, but also ~to one's country, and also to other blood 58 2, 120 | the ~well-wishers of our country, as stated above (Q[101], 59 2, 120 | debt to one's ~kindred and country since it is because we are 60 2, 120 | parents that ~our kindred and country belong to us. Hence, since 61 2, 120 | parents rather than to his country and other kindred. Nevertheless 62 2, 121 | to the preservation of a country's ~temporal peace: for Augustine 63 2, 121 | temporal peace of one's country, ~since this same peace 64 2, 122 | for the defense ~of their country. Yet this is not consistent 65 2, 122 | OBJ 3: The good of one's country is paramount among human 66 2, 127 | which they fought for their country, ~was afraid to try the 67 2, 134 | rather than betray their ~country or commit some other misdeed. 68 2, 150 | such, is insensible as a country lout. But a virgin does 69 2, 152 | being the custom of ~one's country, or on account of some obligation 70 2, 165 | circus; but in ~the open country, if I happen to be passing, 71 2, 172 | without honor, save in his own country." Therefore even ~comprehensors 72 2, 185 | go ~wandering about the country," and afterwards he adds: " 73 2, 186 | man in battle defends his country ~against barbarians, or 74 3, 2 | the bosom of the heavenly country, ~seeing that He had not 75 3, 7 | honor, save in ~his own country."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[7] A[ 76 3, 7 | since "in our heavenly country with its ~fulness of all 77 3, 13 | fame abroad in all that ~country." Therefore He could not 78 3, 13 | that this happened in the country of the Gentiles, to whom 79 3, 36 | There were in the same country shepherds watching, and 80 3, 36 | came from a neighboring country, whence also was ~Balaam, 81 3, 36 | the east, because their country was to the east of the country 82 3, 36 | country was to the east of the country of ~the Jews. In this case 83 3, 36 | the star appeared over the country of Judea, but that when 84 3, 41 | Neither stay thou in ~all the country about" Sodom.~Aquin.: SMT 85 3, 41 | hastened to the ~neighboring country. Consequently the devil 86 3, 43 | there," i.e. in His own country. Therefore it ~seems that 87 3, 55 | they were going into the ~country."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 88 3, 58 | any man: 'He sat in that country for three years': ~Believe, 89 3, 67 | You say that many in your country have been baptized by ~someone, 90 3, 70 | 1): "Go forth out of thy country and from thy ~kindred." 91 3, 74 | are not produced in every country, ~yet they can easily be 92 3, 74 | according to the custom of that country: hence it is ~written (Prov. 93 3, 74 | abuse has prevailed in your country of adding water in ~greater 94 3, 83 | the Jews, but in the open country, that so the whole world 95 Suppl, 4 | which dwell in the heavenly country, cannot ~have contrition, 96 Suppl, 22| Church. But sometimes a whole country ~is laid under an interdict. 97 Suppl, 23| strangers or travelers ~in the country of those who are excommunicated, 98 Suppl, 29| olive is ~not found in every country. Therefore, since this sacrament 99 Suppl, 43| parties leaves for a distant country, because in doubtful matters 100 Suppl, 45| go far away into another ~country.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 101 Suppl, 52| his slave into a foreign country, ~where the latter's wife 102 Suppl, 64| result of wandering from country to country, ~than to the 103 Suppl, 64| wandering from country to country, ~than to the husband's, 104 Suppl, 82| that is in the ~heavenly country, "the grossness of the members 105 Suppl, 93| war in order to save his country, ~an aureole is not due 106 Suppl, 93| instance, if he defend his country from the attack of an enemy


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