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82 agrees
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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uttered

   Part, Question
1 1, 34 | by a vocal word, but is uttered in the heart;" which is 2 1, 34 | understood which in the word uttered is manifested to the one 3 1, 34 | from the speaker by being uttered. ~Therefore if the Son is 4 1, 34 | the Son was born by being uttered, as ~Hilary relates (De 5 1, 41 | Ecclus. 24:14) it is ~said as uttered by the same Wisdom, "From 6 1, 42 | the word. What also ~is uttered by the word is therein contained. 7 1, 41 | Ecclus. 24:14) it is ~said as uttered by the same Wisdom, "From 8 1, 42 | the word. What also ~is uttered by the word is therein contained. 9 2, 93 | spoken word is something uttered by the mouth of man, and ~ 10 2, 2 | that such things have been ~uttered by God and confirmed by 11 2, 13 | this sense, is said to ~be uttered against the Holy Ghost, 12 2, 13 | against the Holy Ghost ~can be uttered in word, thought and deed.~ 13 2, 23 | never failed, and the ~words uttered in trepidation were washed 14 2, 41 | venial sin, when it is ~uttered uselessly; yet if it be 15 2, 41 | uselessly; yet if it be uttered for a reasonable cause, 16 2, 65 | and (2) injurious words ~uttered extra-judicially.~Aquin.: 17 2, 66 | is not to be blamed has uttered a false accusation.~Aquin.: 18 2, 70 | Para. 1/2 - (C) BY WORDS UTTERED EXTRAJUDICIALLY (QQ[72]- 19 2, 70 | injuries inflicted by words uttered ~extrajudicially. We shall 20 2, 70 | intention the words are uttered. Since then ~railing or 21 2, 70 | be so grave that being uttered inconsiderately it might 22 2, 70 | person against whom it is uttered. In such a case a man might 23 2, 70 | dishonor on a man, and be ~uttered through lightness of heart 24 2, 71 | another's good ~name by words uttered in secret." For "secretly" 25 2, 71 | secret words, but by words uttered openly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 26 2, 71 | way in which the words are uttered, the reviler speaking ~openly 27 2, 71 | said, because ~they are uttered in his absence and without 28 2, 71 | such defamatory ~words be uttered for the sake of some necessary 29 2, 71 | backbiting. But if they be uttered out of lightness of heart 30 2, 71 | possible for the ~detractions uttered against a person to come 31 2, 74 | are those ~whereby evil is uttered against someone by way of 32 2, 74 | happen however that the word uttered in cursing is a venial sin ~ 33 2, 81 | because ~frequently prayer is uttered by an interior act which 34 2, 86 | vows which my lips have ~uttered"; and the witnessing of 35 2, 87 | two kinds of ~oath. One is uttered a simple contestation or 36 2, 91 | pernicious lie is that which is uttered in matters pertaining to ~ 37 2, 93 | their object men's words uttered ~unintentionally, which 38 2, 94 | when written than when ~uttered. But it is lawful to utter 39 2, 94 | words of Holy Writ, whether uttered or ~written, for one's protection.~ 40 2, 108 | Wherefore a false ~statement uttered with intent to deceive is 41 2, 160 | conceived in thought, then is ~uttered in word, and thirdly is 42 2, 169 | in which prophecies are uttered: thus it is stated that " 43 2, 174 | that with ~which they were uttered. Hence a gloss says on Acts 44 2, 174 | signified, or from the words uttered being unknown, or from the ~ 45 2, 176 | the ~word, so too the word uttered needs to be confirmed in 46 3, 15 | appears from His having uttered them on the ~cross. Therefore 47 3, 15 | For he says: "Before He uttered human words in human flesh, 48 3, 38 | word, not because it is uttered, but because it is believed?" 49 3, 45 | by which God the Father uttered the only-begotten and ~co-eternal 50 3, 45 | it can be said that God uttered the same ~thing twice in 51 3, 64 | is; ~while in the words uttered by him, the intention of 52 3, 66 | OBJ 3: The words which are uttered in the sacramental forms, 53 3, 75 | that when our Lord had uttered these words: "Except you 54 3, 78 | implies sequence of the words uttered with what goes before. And ~ 55 3, 78 | Whose person these words are uttered, as stated above (A[1]).~ 56 3, 78 | directly these other words are uttered - "This is the chalice of 57 3, 78 | composed of ~many; nor are they uttered simultaneously, but successively. 58 3, 78 | For since these words are uttered in the person of Christ, 59 3, 78 | last instant of their being uttered, taken in conjunction ~with 60 3, 78 | conjunction ~with those uttered before. And this power is 61 3, 78 | composition in the words uttered ~outwardly.~Aquin.: SMT 62 3, 78 | materially, since it is uttered by a way of narration: ~ 63 3, 78 | whatever priest they be uttered, as if ~Christ present were 64 3, 78 | precise instant of its being uttered, but merely at ~the last 65 3, 78 | effect until the last be ~uttered, as stated above (A[4], 66 3, 78 | Directly the words are uttered for consecrating the ~bread, 67 3, 78 | effect until the second ~be uttered.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 68 3, 78 | Christ after the words are ~uttered.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 69 3, 81 | more powerful than when uttered by Christ ~Himself. But 70 3, 83 | celebration;~(4) Of the words uttered in celebrating this mystery;~( 71 3, 83 | this sacrament ~ought to be uttered by the priest, and not some 72 3, 83 | excelsis Deo." Other words are ~uttered by the ministers, such as 73 3, 83 | or other words which are uttered ~in the celebration of this 74 Suppl, 5 | sacramental forms are words ~uttered by us, having an instrumental 75 Suppl, 37| by virtue of the words uttered by the bishop.~ 76 Suppl, 42| Adam; the words which God uttered (Gn. 1:22), "Increase and ~ 77 Suppl, 42| As to Adam's ~words, he uttered them inspired by God to 78 Suppl, 47| expressive of consent must be ~uttered simply. Therefore a conditional 79 Suppl, 72| that when those words were uttered, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob ~ 80 Suppl, 72| actually when these words were uttered, it was in each part ~as 81 Suppl, 73| perceived, but through being uttered. Even so a sound by ~the 82 Suppl, 86| reference to the words he has uttered or propounded. Hence the 83 Suppl, 93| every truth by whomsoever uttered is from the Holy ~Ghost."


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