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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ordinary

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | contemplation, ~above the ordinary state.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 2 1, 13 | not belong to Him in the ~ordinary sense of its signification, 3 1, 25 | to be able to do by His ordinary ~power. In this manner, 4 1, 28 | were comprehended in the ordinary meaning of that ~term. For 5 1, 58 | made all ~things, not as ordinary days measured by the solar 6 1, 58 | classes of things. As in the ~ordinary day, morning is the beginning, 7 1, 59 | made all ~things, not as ordinary days measured by the solar 8 1, 59 | classes of things. As in the ~ordinary day, morning is the beginning, 9 1, 91 | into existence outside the ordinary course of nature. Therefore 10 1, 93 | Essence if we ~consider the ordinary state of that life; unless, 11 1, 100 | we must be guided by the ordinary course of nature. ~Now it 12 1, 104 | which are contrary to the ordinary course of nature."~Aquin.: 13 1, 112 | men visibly outside the ordinary course of nature comes from 14 2, 22 | relieve the ~unhappy: and yet ordinary human speech is wont to 15 2, 54 | habits may be taken in the ordinary way in which forms ~differ 16 2, 65 | works, by reason of certain ordinary dispositions remaining from 17 2, 68 | perfection surpassing the ~ordinary perfection of virtue. Now 18 2, 68 | perfection surpassing the ordinary ~standard of virtue; because 19 2, 68 | 1: The gifts surpass the ordinary perfection of the virtues, ~ 20 2, 68 | piety and knowledge regard ordinary matters. ~Consequently the 21 2, 68 | piety are concerned with ordinary matters. Hence counsel together 22 2, 99 | Commandments (praecepta) in the ordinary acceptance of the word.]~ 23 2, 102 | wild, and not deputed to ordinary use among men: or, if they 24 2, 30 | with one's station and the ~ordinary occurrences of life: for 25 2, 36 | Contention here denotes an ordinary dispute. For Job had ~said ( 26 2, 46 | concerns judgment in matters of ordinary occurrence, and "gnome," 27 2, 65 | they preside whether by ~ordinary or by delegated authority. 28 2, 65 | either of delegated or ~of ordinary authority.~Aquin.: SMT SS 29 2, 65 | justly condemned by the ordinary.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[67] A[ 30 2, 67 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, ordinary authority is more binding 31 2, 67 | it lawful to appeal from ordinary judges.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 32 2, 67 | hand the authority of an ordinary judge ~depends, not on the 33 2, 67 | judge be at the same time ordinary and ~chosen by the litigants, 34 2, 67 | decision, since ~seemingly his ordinary authority occasioned his 35 2, 67 | fact that he was ~appointed ordinary judge by the prince.~Aquin.: 36 2, 85 | people; for ~according to the ordinary law they are bound to pay 37 2, 96 | tongue in the course of an ~ordinary conversation. Therefore 38 2, 96 | than to swear by God in ordinary conversation, both on account 39 2, 98 | be lawful now to buy ~an ordinary field as a site for a cemetery 40 2, 98 | intended merely to buy an ordinary plot of ground. Even now, ~ 41 2, 101 | PARTS OF OBSERVANCE AND ORDINARY VICE (QQ[103]-109)~OF DULIA ( 42 2, 113 | words or deeds in their ~ordinary behavior towards their fellows.~ 43 2, 127 | EIGHT ARTICLES) [*Not in the ordinary restricted sense ~but as 44 2, 127 | the use of some small or ordinary thing, if, for instance, 45 2, 127 | imperfect, can extend to ordinary and ~trifling operations. 46 2, 127 | also about that which is ordinary or little: because ~things 47 2, 127 | are two virtues, one about ordinary or little sums of money, 48 2, 127 | about honors, one about ordinary ~honors. This virtue has 49 2, 127 | and much more such as are ordinary or little. In like ~manner 50 2, 128 | that virtue which is about ordinary honor, as stated ~above ( 51 2, 133 | that illiberality regards ~ordinary expenditure, while meanness 52 2, 135 | deeds: yet in ~little or ordinary deeds, it is difficult to 53 2, 145 | be becoming to him under ordinary circumstances, for ~instance 54 2, 145 | The quotation is from the Ordinary Gloss, where the reference 55 2, 150 | such like resolution is the ordinary and ~natural result thereof. 56 2, 151 | First, as ~regards the ordinary degree of virtue, and as 57 2, 158 | which is concerned with ordinary expenditure. Hence there 58 2, 158 | to be about the remaining ordinary matters that require ~moderation. 59 2, 159 | should not depart from ~the ordinary way; this applies to the 60 2, 167 | dazzling apparel, but with ordinary clothes, so that nothing 61 2, 171 | a man apprehends in the ordinary course of ~nature - sometimes 62 2, 172 | and regards any kind of ordinary object, and this he puts 63 2, 185 | deputed to those who have not ordinary jurisdiction: ~thus the 64 2, 185 | they receive orders, or ordinary jurisdiction, or if matters 65 2, 185 | incompatible, namely, the ordinary ~cure of ecclesiastical 66 2, 185 | thereto by superiors having ordinary cure; especially members 67 2, 186 | support of other than their ordinary prelates, who receive the 68 2, 186 | services of this kind, the ordinary prelate is bound, if he 69 2, 186 | that in addition to the ordinary ~prelates others should 70 3, 31 | has given a ~dignity to ordinary by extraordinary things, 71 3, 31 | the ~extraordinary by the ordinary."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 72 3, 31 | of higher rank than an ~ordinary priest. Consequently, although 73 3, 34 | of his creation, in ~the ordinary course of nature, is natural 74 3, 40 | should have observed the ordinary manner of life as to riches 75 3, 51 | may learn it was not an ordinary man that was ~crucified."~ 76 3, 62 | sufficiently as regards ordinary conduct: but as ~regards 77 3, 66 | parts of the world the ordinary way of baptizing is by immersion. ~ 78 3, 66 | because this is the more ordinary fashion, yet Baptism can 79 3, 66 | easily think ~it to be an ordinary washing.~Aquin.: SMT TP 80 3, 67 | novices ~need more than ordinary care. Consequently someone 81 3, 72 | him things pertaining to ordinary conduct, ~according to Heb. 82 3, 83 | consecrated, but merely an ~ordinary supper-room prepared by 83 Suppl, 7 | magnificence, although the ~ordinary kind of average expenditure 84 Suppl, 26| delegated, as legates, or ordinary, ~as bishops-elect, it follows 85 Suppl, 28| who has the keys. Now ~an ordinary priest has the keys. Therefore 86 Suppl, 31| Consequently it can be given by ordinary priests.~Aquin.: SMT XP 87 Suppl, 37| the gospel doctrine; while ordinary perfection, such as ~the 88 Suppl, 39| said that they have not ordinary ~authority, but delegated 89 Suppl, 54| 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, in ordinary things a different degree 90 Suppl, 72| will take place not in the ordinary course of things, but by 91 Appen1, 1| this good, which in the ordinary course of things he would ~


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