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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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adornment

   Part, Question
1 1, 65 | firmament"; and the work of adornment, expressed thus, ~"Let there 2 1, 65 | and thirdly, the work of adornment. Under the first head ~there 3 1, 68 | work of distinction and adornment to ~give forms to the elements 4 1, 69 | of ~distinction, but of adornment. Therefore the production 5 1, 69 | belonging to the work of adornment, ought not to be recorded 6 1, 70 | Para. 1/3 - OF THE WORK OF ADORNMENT, AS REGARDS THE FOURTH DAY ( 7 1, 70 | next consider the work of adornment, first as to each day by ~ 8 1, 70 | works is added the work of adornment, which is distinct from 9 1, 70 | them intrinsically, but the adornment, those that ~are extrinsic, 10 1, 70 | parts ~and forms, and his adornment, in clothing or such like. 11 1, 70 | another; so the work of adornment is set ~forth by the production 12 1, 70 | also is it in the work of adornment; on ~the first day of this 13 1, 70 | heaven, as ~pertaining to its adornment, should be living beings 14 1, 70 | Certain things belong to the adornment of the universe by ~reason 15 1, 70 | others that conduce to that adornment, for they are moved by a ~ 16 1, 71 | the order of the work of adornment corresponds to the order 17 1, 71 | three days of the work of adornment, the ~middle day, which 18 1, 71 | fifth, is assigned to the adornment of the ~intermediate body, 19 1, 74 | works of ~distinction and adornment than these two works are 20 1, 74 | assigned to distinction and to adornment, and therefore ~separate 21 1, 74 | and three to the work of adornment.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 22 1, 74 | works of ~distinction and adornment imply certain changes in 23 1, 74 | work of distinction and adornment is said to take place ~" 24 1, 74 | lies in ~distinction and adornment. Hence the word "creation" 25 1, 74 | in its ~distinction and adornment, but differently in either 26 1, 74 | place. For ~distinction and adornment belong to the work by which 27 1, 74 | works of distinction and adornment the ~Word is mentioned. 28 1, 74 | work of ~distinction and adornment, and this appears from the 29 1, 66 | firmament"; and the work of adornment, expressed thus, ~"Let there 30 1, 66 | and thirdly, the work of adornment. Under the first head ~there 31 1, 69 | work of distinction and adornment to ~give forms to the elements 32 1, 70 | of ~distinction, but of adornment. Therefore the production 33 1, 70 | belonging to the work of adornment, ought not to be recorded 34 1, 71 | Para. 1/3 - OF THE WORK OF ADORNMENT, AS REGARDS THE FOURTH DAY ( 35 1, 71 | next consider the work of adornment, first as to each day by ~ 36 1, 71 | works is added the work of adornment, which is distinct from 37 1, 71 | them intrinsically, but the adornment, those that ~are extrinsic, 38 1, 71 | parts ~and forms, and his adornment, in clothing or such like. 39 1, 71 | another; so the work of adornment is set ~forth by the production 40 1, 71 | also is it in the work of adornment; on ~the first day of this 41 1, 71 | heaven, as ~pertaining to its adornment, should be living beings 42 1, 71 | Certain things belong to the adornment of the universe by ~reason 43 1, 71 | others that conduce to that adornment, for they are moved by a ~ 44 1, 71 | the order of the work of ~adornment corresponds to the order 45 1, 71 | three days of the work of adornment, the ~middle day, which 46 1, 71 | fifth, is assigned to the adornment of the ~intermediate body, 47 1, 73 | works of ~distinction and adornment than these two works are 48 1, 73 | assigned to distinction and to adornment, and therefore ~separate 49 1, 73 | and three to the work of adornment.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 50 1, 73 | works of ~distinction and adornment imply certain changes in 51 1, 73 | work of distinction and adornment is said to take place ~" 52 1, 73 | lies in ~distinction and adornment. Hence the word "creation" 53 1, 73 | in its ~distinction and adornment, but differently in either 54 1, 73 | place. For ~distinction and adornment belong to the work by which 55 1, 73 | works of distinction and adornment the ~Word is mentioned. 56 1, 73 | work of ~distinction and adornment, and this appears from the 57 1, 89 | work of distinction and adornment, as ~shown above (Q[66], 58 1, 89 | at the end of the work of adornment. ~Therefore the soul of 59 2, 4 | of a certain fitness and adornment.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[8] 60 2, 102 | taken altogether was the adornment and protection of the tabernacle, 61 2, 127 | species a certain luster or ~adornment which is proper to each 62 2, 127 | each virtue: but further adornment results ~from the very greatness 63 2, 139 | pleasurable, such as beauty and adornment in woman, and a pleasing ~ 64 2, 140 | preparation of food, or the adornment ~of women. And though children 65 2, 167 | sin mortally by excessive adornment?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[169] A[ 66 2, 167 | outward apparel. For outward adornment does not belong to us by ~ 67 2, 167 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the adornment of women is devoid of mortal 68 2, 167 | It would seem that the adornment of women is not devoid of 69 2, 167 | is a mortal ~sin. Now the adornment of women is contrary to 70 2, 167 | mortal sin. ~Therefore the adornment of women cannot be devoid 71 2, 167 | mortal sin. Therefore the adornment of women is not ~devoid 72 2, 167 | that also the excessive adornment of women is a mortal ~sin.~ 73 2, 167 | makers ~of these means of adornment sin mortally.~Aquin.: SMT 74 2, 167 | answer that, As regards the adornment of women, we must bear in 75 2, 167 | those who make such means of adornment do ~not sin in the practice 76 2, 186 | that it pertains to the ~adornment of the queen that she is " 77 Suppl, 71| assistance to the poor or adornment to ~the church: for it is 78 Suppl, 77| rise again with all their ~adornment. Therefore they ought to 79 Suppl, 88| nothing that belongs to ~their adornment. Now the elements are said 80 Suppl, 92| OTC Para. 3/3~Further, the adornment of the bride is part of 81 Suppl, 92| certain gifts for their adornment, and this ~adornment is 82 Suppl, 92| their adornment, and this ~adornment is called their dowry by 83 Suppl, 92| dowry is the everlasting adornment of ~soul and body adequate 84 Suppl, 92| whereby any perfection or adornment ~of any person whatever 85 Suppl, 92| bridegroom on the bride for her adornment when she is ~taken to the 86 Suppl, 92| her to wife." Hence the adornment ~bestowed by Christ on the 87 Suppl, 92| dowry is "the ~everlasting adornment of body and soul in eternal 88 Suppl, 92| happiness of the soul is an adornment thereof. Therefore beatitude 89 Suppl, 92| properly speaking, is not an adornment of the ~soul, but something 90 Suppl, 92| resulting from the soul's adornment; since it is an ~operation, 91 Suppl, 92| an ~operation, while its adornment is a certain comeliness


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