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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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carried

   Part, Question
1 1, 7 | infinite number, if the work is carried on for an ~infinite time. 2 1, 14 | but because His glance is carried from eternity over all things 3 1, 47 | earth would naturally be carried to this central one, wherever 4 1, 48 | earth would naturally be carried to this central one, wherever 5 1, 91 | observe the mode of generation carried out in various living ~things. 6 1, 107 | thereon, and he can be carried thereupon; and so the angels 7 1, 107 | decided to be done can be carried out by ~others, which belongs 8 2, 28 | concupiscence, the lover is carried ~out of himself, in a certain 9 2, 98 | house of Israel? But ~you carried a tabernacle for your Moloch, 10 2, 102 | propitiatory was fittingly carried by ~cherubim, since of Him 11 2, 102 | something corporeal that can be carried ~from one place to another: 12 2, 102 | blemish"; "and which" had "not carried the yoke," because ~Christ 13 2, 102 | second, until they were carried away to Babylon, the third 14 2, 114 | that His ~will should be carried out.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] 15 2, 38 | of justice whether it be ~carried on openly or by ambushes": 16 2, 40 | is, properly speaking, ~carried on against external foes, 17 2, 53 | execution of craftiness may be carried out by another ~vice, just 18 2, 53 | keeping things in, which Judas carried, and (Acts ~4:34-37) that 19 2, 62 | themselves, but ~that this may be carried into effect by others in 20 2, 64 | rape ~whether the woman be carried off publicly or secretly. 21 2, 75 | or again in having it ~carried by another. In this sense 22 2, 93 | elections, which should ~be carried out by the inspiration of 23 2, 120 | Sabbath: the priests also who carried the ark of the ~Lord for 24 2, 120 | must be understood to have ~carried it on a Sabbath. Again it 25 2, 146 | unless gluttons were carried away by immoderate ~speech, 26 2, 151 | so far as through being carried away by concupiscence, a 27 2, 166 | have told one of them who carried a bow to shoot an arrow. 28 2, 171 | ecstasy" - or he may ~be carried away by the Divine power, 29 2, 173 | Whether the soul of man is carried away to things divine?~( 30 2, 173 | Whether the soul of man is carried away to things divine?~Aquin.: 31 2, 173 | that the soul of man is not carried away to things ~divine. 32 2, 173 | Therefore man's soul is not carried away to things divine.~Aquin.: 33 2, 173 | that man's soul is not carried away to things divine.~Aquin.: 34 2, 173 | Therefore man's soul is not carried away to things divine.~Aquin.: 35 2, 173 | natural. Wherefore he who is ~carried away by some external agent, 36 2, 173 | external agent, must be carried to something ~different 37 2, 173 | soul also is said to be carried away, in a twofold ~manner, 38 2, 173 | transport - as when it is carried away to punishment, ~according 39 2, 173 | sensibles, he is said ~to be carried away, even though he be 40 2, 173 | a person is said to be ~carried away, not only through being 41 2, 173 | angel delivered him and carried him into ecstasy, was not 42 2, 173 | Therefore in those also who are carried up into the heights ~it 43 2, 173 | through ~fear, but when it is carried aloft on the wings of revelation." 44 2, 173 | affection, that a man is carried ~away from everything else. 45 2, 173 | either because the ~mind is carried away to certain intelligible 46 2, 183 | spiritual corn is not to be carried on in ~an arbitrary fashion, 47 2, 184 | this present life is not carried through without sin, ~according 48 2, 186 | valuing all things at naught carried their pantry ~about with 49 2, 186 | anyone object that Judas carried money in the purse, we answer 50 3, 13 | regard ~to what was to be carried out by it, but with regard 51 3, 15 | borne our ~infirmities and carried our sorrows."~Aquin.: SMT 52 3, 22 | as a meek lamb, that is carried to be a ~victim." Therefore 53 3, 22 | borne our infirmities and ~carried our sorrows" (Is. 53:4). 54 3, 25 | as a thing, and not be carried on to God, Whose image he 55 3, 35 | Surely . . . He hath ~carried our sorrows." Therefore 56 3, 37 | says (Lk. 2:22,23): "They carried ~Him to Jerusalem to present 57 3, 42 | vessels that were to be carried by the ~Levites.~Aquin.: 58 3, 46 | as a ~meek lamb, that is carried to be a victim." Therefore 59 3, 46 | Is. 53:4: "Surely He hath carried our sorrows." But such was ~ 60 3, 49 | borne our ~iniquities and carried our sorrows." ~Aquin.: SMT 61 3, 50 | which ~was circumcised and carried, which ate, and toiled, 62 3, 51 | Homily (Hom. xxi): "As Samson carried ~off the gates of Gaza during 63 3, 52 | borne our infirmities and ~carried our sorrows." But through 64 3, 68 | borne our infirmities and carried our sorrows."~Aquin.: SMT 65 3, 75 | house, either ~because it is carried thither, or because it is 66 Suppl, 5 | which purpose must also be carried into effect, on account 67 Suppl, 43| of five years of age was carried off by the devil ~on account 68 Suppl, 49| both because the reason is ~carried away entirely on account 69 Suppl, 69| the godly ~poor man was carried by the angels." Therefore 70 Suppl, 70| dreamer or of one who is carried ~out of his mind, imaginatively, 71 Suppl, 71| as a sign that they were carried off in ~reverence to the 72 Suppl, 72| work of distinction ~was carried out by that power: wherefore 73 Suppl, 81| by itself needs not to be carried in order to move. ~But the 74 Suppl, 85| inquiry is the sentence carried cut ~before judgment is


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