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proneness 22
pronoun 12
pronounce 38
pronounced 86
pronouncement 8
pronounces 29
pronouncing 26
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86 inordinately
86 offic
86 perceive
86 pronounced
86 purity
86 righteous
86 tabernacle
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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pronounced

   Part, Question
1 1, 34 | the word is what is not ~pronounced by a vocal word, but is 2 1, 73 | creature a blessing was pronounced, as upon ~each work it was 3 1, 72 | creature a blessing was pronounced, as upon ~each work it was 4 2, 15 | some matter remains to be pronounced, the final decision ~has 5 2, 74 | sentence not being as yet pronounced. But it is ~evident that 6 2, 74 | the judgment ~is finally pronounced, belongs to the higher reason 7 2, 74 | when judgment has to be pronounced on several ~points, the 8 2, 74 | of the ~higher reason is pronounced the lower reason, while 9 2, 95 | each single case has to be pronounced as soon as it arises: ~and 10 2, 1 | composed of words each pronounced singly and separately, thus: " 11 2, 10 | 5:6). For after he had pronounced ~sentence of excommunication, 12 2, 11 | sentence is ~not speedily pronounced against the evil, the children 13 2, 58 | authority; thirdly, that it be pronounced according to ~the right 14 2, 58 | Since judgment should be pronounced according to the ~written 15 2, 58 | neither can a judgment be pronounced except by public authority, 16 2, 58 | submit to a judgment that is pronounced by other than the ~public 17 2, 62 | published their ~death sentence pronounced by God. The Priests or Levites 18 2, 64 | Divine judgment which is ~pronounced against sinners "according 19 2, 66 | sentence may have to ~be pronounced soon afterwards, the certainty 20 2, 67 | lest a just sentence be pronounced against him. This is to 21 2, 67 | after sentence has been ~pronounced. And since it is to be presumed 22 2, 75 | OBJ 1: Judgment cannot be pronounced save on what is manifest: 23 2, 81 | they are understood to be pronounced, not against the ~men themselves, 24 2, 81 | 1) the Lord's Prayer is ~pronounced in the common person of 25 2, 86 | public besides that which is pronounced in ~receiving holy orders 26 2, 86 | Reply OBJ 3: Through being pronounced in public vows may have 27 2, 86 | have, even when they are pronounced before a few persons. ~Hence 28 2, 86 | annulled by anyone. But the vow pronounced by a maiden, even before ~ 29 2, 86 | can make ~a man, who has pronounced a solemn vow, to be quit 30 2, 93 | at the Lord's command, ~pronounced sentence by lot on Achan 31 2, 94 | God, because this would be pronounced superstitious: otherwise, ~ 32 3, 33 | judgment of a thing should be ~pronounced in respect of its form rather 33 3, 60 | that these words should be pronounced in a ~certain order and 34 3, 60 | neither is it, if the words be pronounced in a different ~order or 35 3, 61 | same thing is variously pronounced as to be ~done and as having 36 3, 64 | sacramental ~rite, it should be pronounced as invalid.~Aquin.: SMT 37 3, 64 | expressed by the words which are pronounced in the ~sacraments; for 38 3, 67 | is clear that whichever pronounced the words first ~would confer 39 3, 75 | But Christ's words are pronounced ~successively. Therefore 40 3, 78 | the other sacraments are pronounced in the ~person of the minister, 41 3, 78 | form ~of this sacrament is pronounced as if Christ were speaking 42 3, 78 | and that afterwards He ~pronounced the words under which others 43 3, 78 | in secret, but as openly ~pronounced. Accordingly, since these 44 3, 78 | if Christ had just then pronounced those ~words, when He gave 45 3, 78 | even though the ~words were pronounced without those that precede. 46 3, 78 | contrary, These words are pronounced in the person of Christ, 47 3, 82 | whereas, inasmuch as it is pronounced in the ~person of Christ, 48 3, 82 | the Church's sentence is pronounced, it is lawful to ~receive 49 Suppl, 8 | the sentence is void if pronounced by ~another than the proper 50 Suppl, 8 | excommunication, by whomsoever pronounced, because such ~absolution 51 Suppl, 8 | consists in a ~sanctification pronounced by the minister, so that 52 Suppl, 21| excommunication unjustly pronounced has any effect?~Aquin.: 53 Suppl, 21| Reply OBJ 1: A curse may be pronounced in two ways: first, so that 54 Suppl, 21| away before judgment is ~pronounced, or by failing to obey the 55 Suppl, 21| excommunication unjustly pronounced has any effect?~Aquin.: 56 Suppl, 21| excommunication which is pronounced ~unjustly has no effect 57 Suppl, 21| effect if it be unjustly pronounced.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[21] A[ 58 Suppl, 23| excommunication is ~simply pronounced on him; and then a man may 59 Suppl, 24| excommunication, this is pronounced either by a judge, ~and 60 Suppl, 24| judge, ~and then he who pronounced sentence or his superior 61 Suppl, 24| can absolve - or it ~is pronounced by law, and then the bishop 62 Suppl, 24| command of the judge who pronounced the ~excommunication on 63 Suppl, 24| Excommunication can be pronounced on a man against his ~will. 64 Suppl, 24| from excommunication is pronounced in the ~Church. But a man 65 Suppl, 24| several ~excommunications pronounced by one judge; and then, 66 Suppl, 24| sentences of excommunication ~pronounced by several judges; and then, 67 Suppl, 27| OBJ 3: Excommunication is pronounced by way of sentence, which 68 Suppl, 28| Now penance is a judgment pronounced in a secret tribunal. Therefore 69 Suppl, 32| form of this sacrament is pronounced by ~way of a prayer. Hence 70 Suppl, 45| Church where judgment is pronounced according to the evidence - 71 Suppl, 50| ignorance. Wherefore the ~Master pronounced on these two impediments 72 Suppl, 59| same ~judgment is to be pronounced in this case as in the case 73 Suppl, 62| crime, a divorce cannot be pronounced when both have committed ~ 74 Suppl, 62| For when sentence has been pronounced ~by the judge, it is lawful 75 Suppl, 62| God, the just Judge, has pronounced this judgment, that a husband 76 Suppl, 62| that a divorce cannot be pronounced except at the ~judgment 77 Suppl, 62| sentence of the court has to be pronounced.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 78 Suppl, 62| divorce has been justly ~pronounced. Therefore she may nowise 79 Suppl, 62| would seem to have been pronounced unjustly. And yet the husband ~ 80 Suppl, 69| punishment and reward, being pronounced by the sentence ~of the 81 Suppl, 71| apparent that the sentence ~pronounced against them by God was 82 Suppl, 84| which judgment has to be pronounced, and since at the general ~ 83 Suppl, 84| which judgment ~will be pronounced, even as in the human court 84 Suppl, 85| cut ~before judgment is pronounced. But the sentence of the 85 Suppl, 85| justice, even when judgment is pronounced on the community of which ~ 86 Suppl, 96| exile ~or slavery, which is pronounced by human law, would remain


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