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wondrously 4
wont 139
wonted 11
wood 88
wooden 5
woof 2
wool 3
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88 unjustly
88 withdrawal
88 wood
87 147
87 chance
87 concept
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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wood

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | inferior laborers who trim the wood ~and make ready the stones: " 2 1, 2 | actually hot, as fire, makes wood, which is potentially hot, 3 1, 3 | incommunicable name to stones and wood" (Wis. 14:21). Therefore 4 1, 7 | for He is not a stone or wood. Therefore God is ~not infinite 5 1, 7 | infinite; ~as, for example, wood is finite according to its 6 1, 13 | incommunicable name to ~wood and stones" (Wis. 14:21), 7 1, 22 | cause; as, for instance, wood may be prevented from burning, ~ 8 1, 23 | and silver; but ~also of wood and of earth; and some, 9 1, 41 | carpenter makes a bench out of ~wood, whereas a man begets a 10 1, 45 | from natural things, as wood or brass, which are caused ~ 11 1, 45 | that a saw, in ~cutting wood, which it does by the property 12 1, 63 | he could not engrave the wood ~otherwise than rightly; 13 1, 41 | carpenter makes a bench out of ~wood, whereas a man begets a 14 1, 46 | from natural things, as wood or brass, which are caused ~ 15 1, 46 | that a saw, in ~cutting wood, which it does by the property 16 1, 64 | he could not engrave the wood ~otherwise than rightly; 17 1, 81 | species of things, as stone or wood, which are ~contained in 18 1, 98 | fire cannot burn ~green wood. But in generation the active 19 1, 103 | use of cement, stones, and wood ~which are able to be put 20 1, 109 | Again the cutting of the wood is from the saw; but ~that 21 1, 113 | say that he who ~dries the wood is the cause of the wood 22 1, 113 | wood is the cause of the wood burning. In this way we 23 1, 118 | multiplied ~by the addition of wood; or lastly by creation. 24 1, 118 | matter" - for instance, wood or ~stone - "so in flesh, 25 1, 118 | if, while one piece of ~wood is burning, other wood is 26 1, 118 | wood is burning, other wood is laid on, and so on until 27 2, 37 | garment, and a worm by the wood: so the sadness of a ~man 28 2, 62 | participation, as kindled wood partakes of ~the nature 29 2, 80 | even as ~the burning of wood might be imputed to the 30 2, 80 | to the man who dried the wood so as ~to make it easily 31 2, 89 | venial sin, as denoted by "wood," "hay," ~"stubble" (1 Cor. 32 2, 89 | suitably designated as "wood, hay, and stubble"?~Aquin.: 33 2, 89 | unsuitably designated as ~"wood," "hay," and "stubble." 34 2, 89 | and "stubble." Because wood hay and stubble are said ( 35 2, 89 | suitably ~designated as wood, hay and stubble.~Aquin.: 36 2, 89 | Further, he who builds wood, hay and stubble, "shall 37 2, 89 | unsuitably designated by wood, hay, and stubble.~Aquin.: 38 2, 89 | others from those who build wood, hay, and stubble. But ~ 39 2, 89 | that the man who builds ~up wood, hay and stubble, "shall 40 2, 89 | them are ~designated by wood, hay and stubble. But Augustine 41 2, 89 | says that he ~who builds wood, hay, and stubble "shall 42 2, 89 | by fire." ~Consequently wood, hay, stubble cannot be 43 2, 89 | Para. 2/3~Others say that wood, hay, stubble designate 44 2, 89 | and consequently not by "wood," "hay," and "stubble."~ 45 2, 89 | things, are designated ~by wood, hay, and stubble. For just 46 2, 89 | that everyone who builds wood, hay and ~stubble, shall 47 2, 89 | venial sins, has indeed wood, hay, and stubble, but not 48 2, 89 | reduced to three, viz. to ~"wood," which remains longer in 49 2, 102 | commanded to make an altar of wood laid over with gold or brass; 50 2, 102 | also an altar of setim ~wood, which shall be five cubits 51 2, 102 | to burn incense, of setim wood . . . and ~thou shalt overlay 52 2, 102 | would go up by steps of wood, ~not fixed but movable.~ 53 2, 70 | of tongue, and heap ~not wood upon his fire."~Aquin.: 54 2, 92 | Godhead, "to stones and wood." Secondly, because man 55 2, 92 | proper for his use, in the wood . . . and by the skill of ~ 56 2, 93 | some earthly body such as wood, iron or ~polished stone, 57 2, 101 | as, for instance, to the ~wood of the Holy Cross.~Aquin.: 58 2, 102 | of some other mover; thus wood is not burnt by fire if ~ 59 2, 116 | Oper. xvi) that "he ~builds wood, hay, stubble, who thinks 60 2, 116 | covetousness. Now he ~that builds wood, hay, stubble, sins not 61 2, 120 | giving the name of God to wood or ~stone," as though they 62 2, 169 | repetition of the passion - thus wood ~once ignited is more easily 63 2, 172 | apparently read 'ligna' ('wood')] is wont to be consumed 64 2, 181 | and silver, but also ~of wood and of earth."~Aquin.: SMT 65 3, 16 | which is incommunicable, to wood and stones. ~Hence with 66 3, 16 | the Deity to stones and ~wood, considered in their own 67 3, 25 | instance, carved or painted wood: because reverence is not 68 3, 25 | for instance, in stone or wood, silver or ~gold - thus 69 3, 25 | iv, 11): "The precious wood, as having been sanctified 70 3, 35 | her His Mother: otherwise wood might be called the mother 71 3, 46 | De ~Tempore), an ark of wood preserved the human race 72 3, 46 | by which we mount ~to the wood of the cross.~Aquin.: SMT 73 3, 79 | live ~ember is not simply wood, but wood united to fire; 74 3, 79 | is not simply wood, but wood united to fire; so also 75 3, 83 | sing mass with a chalice of wood or ~of glass," because as 76 3, 83 | of glass," because as the wood is porous, the consecrated 77 3, 87 | of him that builds up "wood, ~hay, stubble" that "he 78 Suppl, 13| written (Is. 40:16) that "the wood of Libanus ~shall not be 79 Suppl, 51| rod thinking it to be of wood, ~he is not excused from 80 Suppl, 54| the tree from which the wood was cut. ~In like manner 81 Suppl, 70| and the saw by cutting wood produces the shape of a ~ 82 Suppl, 79| those flames consumed the ~wood, so will He remove passibility 83 Suppl, 86| the foundation of ~faith, wood, hay, stubble [*Cf. FS, 84 Suppl, 94| specifically, and likewise burning wood and red-hot iron; nor ~does 85 Appen1, 2| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, wood, hay, stubble (1 Cor. 3: 86 Appen1, 2| said (FS, Q[89], A[2]). Now wood, hay, stubble are consumed 87 Appen1, 2| differences of venial sins by wood, hay, and stubble. Now it 88 Appen1, 2| stubble. Now it is clear ~that wood remains longer in the fire


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