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binds 79
biped 4
bird 13
birds 91
birth 350
birthplace 5
birthright 2
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92 wayfarer
91 adornment
91 beneath
91 birds
91 direction
91 dominion
91 draw
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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birds

   Part, Question
1 1, 18 | such as ~quadrupeds, and birds, and so on. Others, as man, 2 1, 68 | water, for which reason the birds that fly in the air are 3 1, 68 | fly in the air are called ~birds of heaven [*Ps. 8:9]. But 4 1, 70 | day, ~which is the fifth, birds and fishes are called into 5 1, 70 | living beings, with fish, ~birds, and the beasts of the field. 6 1, 71 | every kind of ~fishes and birds since we find that many 7 1, 71 | OBJ 2: Further, fishes and birds are not produced from water 8 1, 71 | fittingly that fishes and birds are produced from ~water.~ 9 1, 71 | move in the waters, and birds in the air. If, ~then, fishes 10 1, 71 | produced from the waters, birds ought to be produced ~from 11 1, 71 | animals are more perfect than birds and fishes ~which appears 12 1, 71 | living beings, whereas ~birds and fishes bring forth eggs. 13 1, 71 | nature. Therefore fishes and birds ought not to have been ~ 14 1, 71 | body, by the production of birds and fishes. As, then, Moses ~ 15 1, 71 | production of fishes and birds, as he differs ~about the 16 1, 71 | others say that fishes and ~birds were produced on the fifth 17 1, 71 | Reply OBJ 2: The bodies of birds and fishes may be considered 18 1, 71 | to the higher region. But birds move in the ~lower part 19 1, 71 | Hence the ~production of birds is ascribed to the water.~ 20 1, 72 | fittingly described. For as ~birds and fishes have a living 21 1, 72 | have blessed, than are birds and fishes. But as birds 22 1, 72 | birds and fishes. But as birds and fishes are said ~to 23 1, 72 | speaking, more perfect than birds and fishes, not because 24 1, 72 | account of the making of ~birds and fishes, could be understood 25 1, 74 | Further, fish differ from birds as much as birds differ 26 1, 74 | differ from birds as much as birds differ from the ~beasts 27 1, 74 | assigned to the production of birds and ~another to that of 28 1, 69 | water, for which reason the birds that fly in the air are 29 1, 69 | fly in the air are called ~birds of heaven [*Ps. 8:9]. But 30 1, 71 | day, ~which is the fifth, birds and fishes are called into 31 1, 71 | living beings, with fish, ~birds, and the beasts of the field. 32 1, 71 | every kind of ~fishes and birds since we find that many 33 1, 71 | OBJ 2: Further, fishes and birds are not produced from water 34 1, 71 | fittingly that fishes and birds are produced from ~water.~ 35 1, 71 | move in the waters, and birds in the air. If, ~then, fishes 36 1, 71 | produced from the waters, birds ought to be produced ~from 37 1, 71 | animals are more perfect than birds and fishes ~which appears 38 1, 71 | living beings, whereas ~birds and fishes bring forth eggs. 39 1, 71 | nature. Therefore fishes and birds ought not to have been ~ 40 1, 71 | body, by the production of birds and fishes. As, then, Moses ~ 41 1, 71 | production of fishes and birds, as he differs ~about the 42 1, 71 | others say that fishes and ~birds were produced on the fifth 43 1, 71 | Reply OBJ 2: The bodies of birds and fishes may be considered 44 1, 71 | to the higher region. But birds move in the ~lower part 45 1, 71 | Hence the ~production of birds is ascribed to the water.~ 46 1, 71 | fittingly described. For as ~birds and fishes have a living 47 1, 71 | have blessed, than are birds and fishes. But as birds 48 1, 71 | birds and fishes. But as birds and fishes are said ~to 49 1, 71 | speaking, more perfect than birds and fishes, not because 50 1, 71 | account of the making of ~birds and fishes, could be understood 51 1, 73 | Further, fish differ from birds as much as birds differ 52 1, 73 | differ from birds as much as birds differ from the ~beasts 53 1, 73 | assigned to the production of birds and ~another to that of 54 1, 90 | have a keener smell, and birds a swifter flight. ~Therefore 55 1, 95 | fishes of the sea, and the birds of the air, and the beasts 56 1, 95 | food to all animals and ~birds, but to some. Thus there 57 1, 100 | clear from the fact ~that birds teach their young to fly; 58 2, 102 | oxen, sheep and goats; of birds, generally the turtledove ~ 59 2, 102 | from God the dominion over ~birds and beasts, so also has 60 2, 102 | especially ~as regards birds (Lev. 1:15, seqq.).~Aquin.: 61 2, 102 | of ~both quadrupeds and birds. Therefore it was inconsistent 62 2, 102 | and ~that nevertheless birds should not be offered up 63 2, 102 | be offered to God. These birds especially were offered 64 2, 102 | against his will, hence these birds were offered ~not among 65 2, 102 | at times. Moreover these birds, on ~account of their lofty 66 2, 102 | forbidden to eat ~certain birds of prey the flesh of which 67 2, 102 | the ~fish is tempered. Of birds they were allowed to eat 68 2, 102 | spiritual cleanness. Of birds certain kinds were forbidden. 69 2, 102 | which feeds on very small birds, signifies those who oppress 70 2, 102 | they may gain thereby. ~Birds of the raven kind signify 71 2, 102 | peculiarity apart from other birds, that it has a ~webbed foot 72 2, 24 | God, that the fishes and birds were ~brought forth out 73 2, 92 | corruptible man, and of birds, and of four-footed beasts, 74 2, 93 | the movements and cries of birds or ~of any animals, or the 75 2, 93 | from the ~chattering of birds [avium garritu], just as " 76 2, 93 | is derived from ~watching birds [avium inspectione]. These 77 2, 93 | wont to be observed ~in birds, the former by the ear, 78 2, 93 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, birds naturally know certain things 79 2, 93 | unlawful to make use of the birds' ~knowledge in order to 80 2, 93 | The movements or cries of birds, and whatever ~dispositions 81 2, 93 | refers to the knowledge that birds have ~about things concerning 82 2, 145 | the earth, and eggs from birds. For, since such like animals ~ 83 2, 152 | such is the ~case with all birds: while, on the other hand, 84 2, 178 | movements in likeness to the birds of the air. "For some ~of 85 2, 186 | less do they resemble the birds?" And further on ~(De oper. 86 3, 36 | heavens - for instance, "The birds of the heavens [Douay: ' 87 3, 37 | 1]. Nevertheless, these birds have a figurative sense. 88 3, 39 | feeds the brood of other birds. This refers to the gift 89 Suppl, 41| may ~be seen in certain birds. In man, however, since 90 Suppl, 65| to their children. Hence ~birds that unite together in rearing 91 Suppl, 72| the "fifth" day, all the birds of the ~air will gather


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