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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 63 | the angels who sinned are denoted. Therefore in the ~first 2 1, 74 | their being in ~the Word, denoted by the command "Let . . . 3 1, 74 | divisions of time ~should be denoted only by what marks their 4 1, 64 | the angels who sinned are denoted. Therefore in the ~first 5 1, 73 | their being in ~the Word, denoted by the command "Let . . . 6 1, 73 | divisions of time ~should be denoted only by what marks their 7 2, 28 | at its absence, which is denoted by ~"languor" (hence Cicero 8 2, 46 | Greek {thymosis}, which is denoted by the Latin "furor," should 9 2, 67 | that the one same whole is denoted by these three, but not 10 2, 68 | which ~he states to be denoted by the seven sons of Job, 11 2, 69 | reality of eternal goods is denoted. Again, men seek consolation ~ 12 2, 89 | kinds of venial sin, as denoted by "wood," "hay," ~"stubble" ( 13 2, 102 | the sweetness, which is denoted by honey, surpasses the 14 2, 102 | its last end. This was denoted in the offerings and sacrifices, 15 2, 102 | The turtledove and dove denoted the union of the ~two natures"; 16 2, 102 | the offerers. This is also denoted the priest's need ~of wisdom 17 2, 102 | Christ. But the tabernacle denoted the state of the Old Law. 18 2, 102 | in ~order that wise men, denoted by the priests entering 19 2, 102 | the ~priesthood should be denoted, in the ark, by the rod, 20 2, 102 | people by Divine power, denoted by the rod; and offering 21 2, 102 | while the seven lamps denoted the ~seven gifts of the 22 2, 102 | according to some, the ~curtains denoted the starry heaven, which 23 2, 102 | firmament; the skins dyed red denoted the empyrean heaven, where 24 2, 102 | ready to suffer martyrdom, denoted by the skins dyed red; and ~ 25 2, 102 | suffered while in Egypt was denoted by the wild ~lettuces. The 26 2, 102 | were to hold in their hands denoted pastoral authority: and ~ 27 2, 102 | leprosy of a woolen garment denoted the wickedness of ~flatterers; 28 2, 102 | soul; leprosy ~on the woof denoted sins of the flesh, for as 29 2, 102 | respect his assumed weakness, denoted by the female sex; while ~ 30 2, 102 | outward works; the "blood" ~denoted the subtle inward force 31 2, 102 | the ~priestly sovereignty denoted by the ram, who is the head 32 2, 102 | natures in Christ ~were denoted by the two sparrows, one 33 2, 102 | the sacrifices (this is ~denoted by touching their right 34 2, 102 | vestments was that they ~denoted the disposition of the terrestrial 35 2, 102 | earth. The violet tunic denoted the air by its color: ~its 36 2, 102 | heaven; the two onyx ~stones denoted the two hemispheres, or 37 2, 102 | ministers, viz. chastity denoted by ~the breeches; a pure 38 2, 102 | and rectitude of purpose, denoted ~by the mitre covering the 39 2, 102 | of the people: this was denoted by the ephod ~which they 40 2, 102 | simplicity of innocence, denoted by wool, with the duplicity 41 2, 2 | by the learned, who are denoted by the oxen.~Aquin.: SMT 42 2, 8 | fruit, which is ~certainly denoted by the name of faith. The 43 2, 26 | beloved, which union is not denoted ~by goodwill.~Aquin.: SMT 44 2, 42 | of the will which is here denoted ~by the "heart," because 45 2, 43 | the reward. The merit is ~denoted in the words, "Blessed are 46 2, 43 | his actions, and this is denoted by the words ~"full of mercy 47 2, 91 | this excludes the excess denoted by superstition.~Aquin.: 48 2, 101 | Now the aspect of likeness denoted by an image ~differs from 49 2, 109 | this is what is properly denoted by dissimulation. ~Consequently 50 2, 115 | he possesses, which are ~denoted by the term "money." Therefore 51 2, 125 | the ~godly preacher is denoted, that "he goeth forth boldly 52 2, 162 | nighness of the sun. ~This is denoted by the "flaming sword," 53 2, 171 | while asleep, which is ~denoted by the word "dream," or 54 2, 186 | temporal things which are denoted by ~the morrow, but eternal 55 3, 46 | because of the various virtues denoted by this class ~of death. 56 3, 46 | of everlasting glory ~are denoted by the faith of the thief 57 3, 48 | Christ's Passion, although denoted by other ~figurative sacrifices, 58 3, 51 | observes, by this act was denoted that "he swathes Jesus in 59 3, 51 | day: consequently it is denoted by the whole day during ~ 60 3, 51 | Christ's death (which is ~denoted by the one day) that it 61 3, 58 | according as is thereby denoted the excellence of beatitude 62 3, 74 | as Christ's sacrifice ~is denoted by the offering of Melchisedech, 63 3, 74 | because ~by the water is denoted the cleansing from sins, 64 3, 78 | of the wine into blood is denoted, as explained ~above (A[ 65 3, 78 | consequently this had to be denoted by the vessel ~adapted for 66 3, 78 | of My Passion." This is denoted by the blood being consecrated 67 3, 79 | spiritual food and the unity denoted ~by the species of the bread 68 3, 81 | the feigning of Judas is denoted by ~the dipping of the bread; 69 3, 83 | this sacrament; and this is denoted by the confession ~which 70 3, 83 | put into the chalice are denoted those who are still ~sharers 71 3, 83 | already in full beatitude, are denoted ~by the part put into the 72 3, 86 | good-will of God, which is denoted by the word ~"grace," is 73 3, 87 | by which venial ~sin is denoted. Therefore a venial sin 74 Suppl, 34| the character ~which is denoted by the seal in a subsequent 75 Suppl, 40| together the wayward (this is ~denoted by the curve at the head 76 Suppl, 40| uphold the weak ~(this is denoted by the stem of the crozier), 77 Suppl, 40| on the laggards ~(this is denoted by the point at the foot 78 Suppl, 40| having a ~restricted power denoted by the curve of the staff.~ 79 Suppl, 44| wife," while its unity is denoted by its being called ~matrimony.~ 80 Suppl, 49| inseparability, which is denoted by "sacrament," regards 81 Suppl, 65| Christ both of good ministers denoted by the ~free woman and of 82 Suppl, 65| woman and of evil ministers denoted by the bondswoman." ~ 83 Suppl, 86| why all other ~nations are denoted by the twelve tribes is 84 Suppl, 93| abacus' the number 30 is ~denoted by the thumb and index finger 85 Suppl, 93| persons. The number 60 is denoted by the contact of the index ~ 86 Suppl, 93| far as the ~numbers are denoted in gradation, according


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