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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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completed

   Part, Question
1 1, 15 | superadded ~to the house when completed, such as painting, or any 2 1, 29 | essence of anything is completed by the form; so the essence 3 1, 55 | faculty may be ~perfectly completed by the form, it is necessary 4 1, 55 | complete, but is successively completed in them by their ~drawing 5 1, 58 | potentiality which is not fully completed by connatural intelligible ~ 6 1, 64 | intelligible species is completed in ~individual things, they 7 1, 66 | and its potentiality is completed by form; thus ~Plato says 8 1, 73 | movement cannot be called completed till it ~comes to rest, 9 1, 74 | to signify that a day is completed by the return of the sun 10 1, 56 | faculty may be ~perfectly completed by the form, it is necessary 11 1, 56 | complete, but is successively completed in them by their ~drawing 12 1, 59 | potentiality which is not fully completed by connatural intelligible ~ 13 1, 65 | intelligible species is completed in ~individual things, they 14 1, 67 | and its potentiality is completed by form; thus ~Plato says 15 1, 72 | movement cannot be called completed till it ~comes to rest, 16 1, 73 | to signify that a day is completed by the return of the sun 17 1, 77 | the action of sight ~is completed, and from immutation follows 18 1, 80 | the ~apprehensive power is completed in the very fact that the 19 1, 80 | the ~appetitive power is completed in the fact that he who 20 1, 83 | lower bodies is not totally completed by its form, but ~is in 21 1, 83 | heavenly bodies is totally completed by its form, so that it 22 1, 86 | of ~intelligence is not completed by his essence. For although 23 2, 11 | power delight is formally completed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[11] A[ 24 2, 83 | But the delectation is completed in the touch. ~Wherefore 25 2, 109 | in the mind, ~is not yet completed in the flesh, as it will 26 2, 113 | justification of the ungodly completed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 27 2, 22 | operation of the intellect is completed by the thing ~understood 28 2, 22 | every ~appetitive power is completed in the tendency of the appetite 29 2, 26 | of a cognitive power is completed by the thing known being 30 2, 51 | nor is this withdrawal ~completed except through a defect 31 2, 86 | is a promise, wherein is completed the nature of ~a vow. Sometimes, 32 2, 145 | rule lasts until they have completed the third period of seven ~ 33 2, 169 | things, whereby prophecy is completed; by its means ~the veil 34 2, 178 | act wherein it is finally completed, namely ~the contemplation 35 3, 1 | the Incarnation was not completed through ~God being changed 36 3, 2 | that it is in union with a completed thing, viz. the whole Christ, ~ 37 3, 3 | OBJ 1: A created nature is completed in its essentials by its ~ 38 3, 11 | between a pure power ~and a completed act is a habit: and extremes 39 3, 17 | seem to be the suppositum completed with its final ~completion. 40 3, 33 | conception and ~animation were completed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[33] A[ 41 3, 49 | Further, Christ's Passion was completed by men slaying Him; and ~ 42 3, 57 | a new way, as at a thing completed. Hence, on Ps. 15:11: "At ~ 43 3, 60 | signification of things is completed by means of words, as ~above 44 3, 66 | there the sacrament is completed where the ~sanctification 45 3, 66 | where the ~sanctification is completed. Now, the sanctification 46 3, 66 | the sanctification is not completed in ~water; but a certain 47 3, 66 | Consequently the sacrament is not ~completed in the very water, but in 48 3, 73 | sacrament of the ~Eucharist is completed in the very consecration 49 3, 73 | the other sacraments are completed in the application of the 50 3, 74 | that ~this sacrament is completed in the consecration of the 51 3, 78 | consecration of the wine be completed?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 52 3, 78 | consecration of the wine be ~completed. For, as Christ's body begins 53 3, 78 | effect until the third be completed. But all this sacrament 54 3, 82 | Further, this sacrament is completed in the consecration of the ~ 55 3, 82 | But this sacrament is completed in the consecration of the 56 3, 82 | consecration the sacrament is completed. But the ~use thereof follows 57 3, 83 | is no need for it to ~be completed by another. But if this 58 3, 83 | unless the consecration be ~completed either by the priest who 59 3, 83 | because they cannot be completed except they be performed 60 3, 84 | Thee." But "sin, when it is completed, begetteth ~death" (James 61 3, 86 | acts of Penance have been completed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[86] A[ 62 3, 90 | against sin. But sin can be ~completed merely in the thought by 63 3, 90 | And thus, although sin is ~completed in the consent of the heart, 64 3, 90 | as it is an evil, can be completed in one ~single point, as 65 3, 90 | and so the sin which is ~completed in thought alone, is a special 66 3, 90 | species is ~the sin that is completed in thought and word: and 67 3, 90 | species is ~the sin that is completed in thought, word, and deed; 68 3, 90 | parts of Penance, which is completed in them.~Aquin.: SMT TP 69 Suppl, 15| is twofold; one which is completed in carnal ~delectation, 70 Suppl, 15| lust. and, another which is completed in ~things relating to the 71 Suppl, 15| the flesh, though it be completed in the delectation ~of the 72 Suppl, 29| signified in Baptism, ~can be completed by one immersion and by 73 Suppl, 43| that the marriage was not completed, he or she ~can lawfully 74 Suppl, 44| whereby the marriage is completed, the heads of those who 75 Suppl, 46| intercourse. Therefore marriage is completed thereby.~Aquin.: SMT XP 76 Suppl, 58| subject of the ~impediment has completed carnal copulation with another 77 Suppl, 61| the aforesaid delivery is completed, because then ~each of them 78 Suppl, 71| satisfaction which was not fully completed in the body. Consequently, ~ 79 Suppl, 74| revolutions will be altogether completed by ~their return to the 80 Suppl, 85| inflicted completely will be ~completed at the last judgment, after 81 Suppl, 90| part is imperfect, and ~is completed in its whole; wherefore


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