Part, Question
1 1, 3  His excelling power; by length, the duration of His ~existence;
2 1, 3  incomprehensibility of ~His essence; by length, the procession of His allpervading
3 1, 3  something of its own ~genus; as length is measured by length and
4 1, 3  as length is measured by length and numbers by number. But
5 1, 10  Scripture because of the length of their duration, although
6 1, 30  corporeal properties, such as ~length, breadth, and the like;
7 1, 53  there be ~a body of a palm's length, and let there be a plane
8 1, 53  the ~time. But between one length of time and any other length
9 1, 53  length of time and any other length of time there ~is proportion.
10 1, 54  there be ~a body of a palm's length, and let there be a plane
11 1, 54  the ~time. But between one length of time and any other length
12 1, 54  length of time and any other length of time there ~is proportion.
13 1, 84  Euclid says, "a line is length without breadth, the extremities
14 1, 84  in a line of indefinite length, and in a ~circular line,
15 1, 86  means of itself, because at length ~it acquires knowledge of
16 1, 87  forever, it must arrive at length at some ~immaterial quiddity,
17 1, 109  but ~that it assumes the length the form of a bed is from
18 1, 118  water, so as to become at length watery, as the Philosopher ~
19 1, 118  dissimilar, becomes at length similar through the form
20 2, 2  him; I ~will fill him with length of days, and I will show
21 2, 42  something for a certain length of time, we should ~reckon
22 2, 42  suffered for twice that length of time. ~And accordingly,
23 2, 42  same thing for an infinite length of time, ~i.e. for ever,
24 2, 48  as time goes on, until at length it ~vanishes altogether.
25 2, 53  destroyed nor diminished by length of time. Neither, therefore, ~
26 2, 53  destroyed or diminished through length of time, if one ~fails for
27 2, 74  delay] through taking a length of time. But length of time
28 2, 74  taking a length of time. But length of time is no ~reason why
29 2, 85  instance if from any finite ~length I continue to subtract the
30 2, 85  continue to subtract the length of a span. If, however,
31 2, 88  1 Para. 1/3~Reply OBJ 1: Length of time is not a circumstance
32 2, 109  infinity, we must come at length to this, that man's ~freewill
33 2, 31  Now ~one may go to the length of accusing a person publicly,
34 2, 45  ancient is wisdom, and ~in length of days prudence." Therefore
35 2, 47  quickly, for it requires length of time. Hence in ~matters
36 2, 81  2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Length of prayer consists, not
37 2, 99  latter's old age, until at length he ~should bury him. This
38 2, 121  because endurance implies length of time, whereas aggression
39 2, 135  act: secondly, from the length of time, since to persist
40 2, 135  difficulty arising ~from length of time.~Aquin.: SMT SS
41 2, 135  difficult to persist for any length of ~time, if not on account
42 2, 173  discussing the question at length, concludes: ~"Perhaps then
43 2, 180  burden of necessity shall at ~length be taken from thee: whereas
44 3, 1  faith should cool by the length of time, ~for the charity
45 3, 10  imagine a surface ~infinite in length and finite in breadth. Hence,
46 3, 10  several lines of infinite length drawn on a surface of finite
47 3, 35  day begins to increase in ~length," so as to show that He
48 3, 36  a ~journey of very great length in thirteen days, owing
49 3, 44  was distant from it by the length of half the heavenly circle,
50 3, 46  breadth, and height, and ~length, and depth," of which the
51 3, 46  are stretched out upon it. Length is the ~tree's extent from
52 3, 51  tomb?~(4) Concerning the length of time He lay in the tomb.~
53 3, 55  is expressed by Mark, 'at length when they were at ~table,'
54 3, 69  Christ therein: yet at ~length he will be raised up to
55 3, 69  in fear of them: "and at ~length He will altogether exterminate
56 3, 83  both on account of ~the length of the office, and also
57 Suppl, 18 The canons do not fix the length of time for doing penance
58 Suppl, 54 mediate ~movers fails at length, and reaches something that
59 Suppl, 54 on failing: so that ~at length it ceases and can go no
60 Suppl, 55 the owner. Therefore by length ~of time a marriage becomes
61 Suppl, 55 consang. et affinit.), "length of time does not ~diminish
62 Suppl, 64 and another two ~cubits in length. But equality of proportion
63 Suppl, 71 division of a line we come at length to ~something which is not
64 Suppl, 74 this is because ~the exact length of future time cannot be
65 Suppl, 78 reckoned according to the length of past time. ~Now it is
66 Suppl, 78 not as though the same length of time ~were befitting
67 Suppl, 80 and breadth, but not of length, because ~penetration regards
68 Suppl, 80 regards depth, wherefore length is not an obstacle to ~penetration.
69 Suppl, 81 increased by so much is the length of time decreased, and the ~
70 Suppl, 83 lessened, it must needs at length be done away" (Phys. i,
71 Suppl, 83 suffering, ~they will at length be done away and corrupted:
72 Suppl, 83 be passible they will at length be consumed by the fire,
73 Suppl, 83 there ~is no body which at length is not consumed by fire";
74 Suppl, 84 impossible to estimate the length of time one ~would require
75 Suppl, 85 immediately from God, so at length ~the world will receive
76 Suppl, 85 require an inconceivable length of time. Thus Augustine
77 Suppl, 85 to conceive its size and length? or the length of time required
78 Suppl, 85 size and length? or the length of time required for ~the
79 Suppl, 85 would require an immense ~length of time, if the judgment
80 Suppl, 85 enable us to know ~the exact length of time. For they are not
81 Suppl, 85 intended to indicate a short ~length of time, but to signify
82 Suppl, 85 its delay is equal to the length of man's life, ~so that
83 Suppl, 85 of the ~whole Church, the length of whose duration is not
84 Suppl, 85 is not dependent on the length ~of man's life. And yet
85 Suppl, 88 movement will cease at length.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[
86 Suppl, 88 useless, or it ~will cease at length.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[
87 Suppl, 88 the world must last that length of time, which does not
88 Suppl, 88 Reply OBJ 9: Time will at length cease, when the heavenly
89 Suppl, 88 that these species will at ~length cease to be.~Aquin.: SMT
90 Suppl, 89 that our ~intellect will at length attain to the vision of
91 Suppl, 95 are subject to time. But "length of time is ~the cause of
92 Suppl, 96 severity, and according to its length of ~time, the measure of
93 Suppl, 96 the wicked angels comes at length to an ~end, the happiness
94 Suppl, 96 that the demons will at length, ~through God's mercy, be
95 Suppl, 96 damned are to be delivered at length from their sufferings, so
96 Suppl, 96 souls of the blessed will at length ~pass from their happy state
97 Suppl, 96 all human souls ~shall at length have rest from their pains.~
98 Suppl, 96 even unbelievers, are at ~length set free from punishment.
99 Suppl, 96 God's ~indignation was at length removed from the human race
100 Suppl, 96 Therefore all Christians will at length be saved.~Aquin.: SMT XP
101 Suppl, 96 Christians will be ~saved at length.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[99] A[
102 Suppl, 96 punishment, not even after any length ~of time whatever.~Aquin.:
103 Appen1, 2 amount of guilt: whereas the length corresponds to the firmness
