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classified 2
claws 3
clay 11
clean 75
cleanliness 4
cleanness 18
cleanse 77
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75 accompanied
75 alike
75 ancient
75 clean
75 conclude
75 conduct
75 connatural
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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clean

   Part, Question
1 1, 64 | is because they are not clean of heart, ~whereby alone 2 1, 67 | words: "Blessed are the clean of heart, for they ~shall 3 1, 65 | is because they are not clean of heart, ~whereby alone 4 1, 68 | words: "Blessed are the clean of heart, for they ~shall 5 1, 78 | and is ~at first "like a clean tablet on which nothing 6 1, 93 | Anima iii, 4), is "like a ~clean tablet on which nothing 7 1, 108 | words: "What can be made clean by the unclean?" (Ecclus. ~ 8 2, 4 | which men are said to be clean of heart, is not necessary 9 2, 4 | didst will ~none but the clean of heart to know the truth. 10 2, 4 | answered ~that many who are not clean of heart, know many truths." 11 2, 4 | 5:8): "Blessed are the clean of ~heart; for they shall 12 2, 61 | literally, virtues of the clean soul] virtues; ~and fourthly, 13 2, 61 | himself . . ~. He that is clean of heart and peaceful, and 14 2, 69 | beatitude is: "Blessed are the clean of heart." But as regards 15 2, 69 | see ~clearly: hence the clean of heart are promised that 16 2, 99 | good and the evil, to the clean and to the ~unclean, to 17 2, 102 | moreover they are most ~clean, and partake of a most clean 18 2, 102 | clean, and partake of a most clean food: whereas other animals 19 2, 102 | and nothing but what is clean ~should be offered to God. 20 2, 102 | 34:4): "What can be made clean by ~the unclean?" But the 21 2, 102 | gathered by "a man that is clean," because the ~relics of 22 2, 102 | he was declared to be clean; and, secondly, he was restored, 23 2, 102 | secondly, he was restored, as clean, to ~the society of men 24 2, 102 | distinction was made between clean and unclean ~plants. Much 25 2, 102 | called in question, both are clean by nature, because all God' 26 2, 102 | are good: yet the lamb is clean, and the pig is unclean 27 2, 102 | of ~these expressions is clean considered in the nature 28 2, 102 | signification, the one is ~clean, the other unclean." The 29 2, 102 | has a ~divided hoof, is clean in signification. Because 30 2, 102 | have scales and fins are clean in ~signification. Because 31 2, 102 | being the firstlings of clean fruits, were offered to ~ 32 2, 102 | let thy camp be holy [i.e. clean], ~and let no uncleanness 33 2, 103 | Further, the distinction of clean from unclean animals belongs 34 2, 103 | written (Gn. 7:2,3): "Of ~all clean beasts take seven and seven . . . 35 2, 103 | OBJ 4: The distinction of clean from unclean animals was 36 2, 109 | to Ps. 50:12: ~"Create a clean heart in me, O God, and 37 2, 114 | Who ~alone "can make him clean that is conceived of unclean 38 2, 114 | and to the evil, to the clean and to the unclean, to him 39 2, 8 | beatitude, "Blessed are the clean of heart," etc., ~responds 40 2, 8 | beatitude, "Blessed are the clean of ~heart, for they shall 41 2, 8 | understanding, is applicable to the ~clean of heart, whose eye being 42 2, 14 | didst wish none but the ~clean to know the truth," and 43 2, 79 | James 1:27): "Religion clean and undefiled before God 44 2, 84 | creatures are looked upon as ~clean, as stated in Titus 1:15: 45 2, 178 | 5:8): ~"Blessed are the clean of heart, for they shall 46 2, 185 | James 1:27): "Religion ~clean and undefiled before God 47 2, 186 | James 1:27): "Religion clean and ~undefiled before God 48 2, 186 | is stated that "religion clean and undefiled ~. . . is . . . 49 3, 31 | is born of a woman appear clean?" But it was ~unbecoming 50 3, 39 | a good ~thing to remain clean after baptism, "yet is it 51 3, 40 | swine ~and lambs, both are clean by nature, since 'all God' 52 3, 40 | signification lambs are clean and swine unclean."~Aquin.: 53 3, 46 | which had to be eaten by the clean. Hence ~Chrysostom in the 54 3, 48 | flesh? What else is there so clean for cleansing ~mortals as 55 3, 51 | Joseph wrapped His body in a clean linen cloth," as is related 56 3, 51 | that "he swathes Jesus in clean ~linen, who receives Him 57 3, 51 | Lord's body was buried in a clean winding-sheet."~Aquin.: 58 3, 51 | wrapped Christ's body in a clean winding-sheet, and placed 59 3, 51 | around the body of Jesus are clean, and new, and exceeding 60 3, 60 | on Jn. 15:3, "Now you are clean by reason of the ~word," 61 3, 64 | Vulg.: 'What'] can be made clean by the unclean?" Moreover, ~ 62 3, 66 | and our bodies washed with clean water."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 63 3, 66 | I ~will pour upon you clean water," as also the Blessed 64 3, 69 | I will pour upon you ~clean water, and you shall be 65 3, 82 | approach it except with clean conscience." From this it 66 3, 82 | approach Thy altar with clean heart and pure ~hands; but 67 3, 83 | s body ~was buried in a clean linen winding-sheet." Moreover, 68 Suppl, 8 | the ~sacraments, which the clean alone should handle, they 69 Suppl, 15| and behold all things are clean unto you." Therefore ~the 70 Suppl, 37| unclean, since those who are ~clean are already apt for receiving 71 Suppl, 37| themselves be holy ~and clean.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 72 Suppl, 53| that they keep their bodies clean by continence ~[*Cf. Is. 73 Suppl, 69| without being ~perfectly clean. But those who will be thrust 74 Suppl, 72| every creature of God is clean we ~are to understand this 75 Suppl, 89| seen: this is given to ~the clean of heart alone and is the


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