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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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exercised

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | passive intellect can be exercised concerning ~intelligible 2 1, 20 | benevolence properly ~speaking exercised. But irrational creatures 3 1, 51 | Consequently ~the angels exercised vital functions in their 4 1, 54 | powers whose operations are ~exercised by corporeal organs; such 5 1, 64 | when anyone assailed is exercised by fighting against ~opposition. 6 1, 70 | the soul, ~which are not exercised through the medium of the 7 1, 70 | nutritive soul operates, can be exercised ~by the heavenly bodies, 8 1, 52 | Consequently ~the angels exercised vital functions in their 9 1, 55 | powers whose operations are ~exercised by corporeal organs; such 10 1, 65 | when anyone assailed is exercised by fighting against ~opposition. 11 1, 71 | the soul, ~which are not exercised through the medium of the 12 1, 71 | nutritive soul operates, can be exercised ~by the heavenly bodies, 13 1, 77 | three other senses ~are not exercised through a medium united 14 1, 107 | action of these angels, ~exercised powerfully upon those who 15 1, 109 | that any operations were exercised in the ~inferior bodies 16 1, 112 | consider the guardianship exercised by the good angels; and ~ 17 1, 112 | providence of God ~is chiefly exercised towards what remains for 18 1, 113 | assailed that they may be ~exercised. Therefore there is no need 19 2, 6 | knowledge of the end is ~exercised by irrational animals, through 20 2, 22 | because ~this appetite is not exercised by means of a corporeal 21 2, 28 | power of the soul that is ~exercised through the change of some 22 2, 33 | sensitive powers, which are exercised through a bodily ~organ. 23 2, 65 | happen to all in common to be exercised in the matter of such ~virtues, 24 2, 80 | no vital functions can be exercised except by an ~intrinsic 25 2, 105 | power of private persons is exercised ~over the things they possess: 26 2, 114 | these good works of mercy, exercised towards the poor, we ~merit 27 2, 1 | unless ~He knew them, and exercised His providence over them.~ 28 2, 37 | unbelief?~(3) Of the power exercised by schismatics;~(4) Of the 29 2, 38 | they ~cannot be fittingly exercised at the same time; wherefore 30 2, 45 | custom have their senses exercised to the ~discerning of good 31 2, 56 | of all and more commonly exercised in voluntary ~interchanges 32 2, 63 | coercive power, which is exercised by inflicting lesser ~punishments, 33 2, 65 | Now coercive power is not exercised in human affairs, save ~ 34 2, 65 | judging those ancients Daniel exercised an authority ~delegated 35 2, 67 | to craftiness, which is exercised by fraud and guile, as ~ 36 2, 75 | the craft, which can be exercised ~without these vices." Therefore 37 2, 93 | the head of certain arts exercised by those who have enslaved ~ 38 2, 98 | the Lord the first-born exercised the ~priestly office), and 39 2, 102 | secular princes is frequently exercised with injustice, or owes 40 2, 172 | special reason ~that they exercised the prophetic calling officially. 41 2, 184 | custom have their senses exercised to the ~discerning of good 42 2, 184 | are being ~instructed or exercised in order to attain a certain 43 2, 184 | they are instructed ~or exercised so as to attain that end 44 2, 186 | custom have their senses exercised to the discerning of good 45 3, 44 | being procured by Him, He exercised His mighty power on the 46 3, 49 | the ~power which the devil exercised over men previous to Christ' 47 3, 59 | Judgments of this kind were exercised by Christ before His ~Incarnation, 48 3, 64 | Of the power which Christ exercised over the sacraments;~(4) 49 3, 67 | office of baptizing, to be ~exercised vicariously; wherefore the 50 3, 78 | as conceived, and not as exercised, because the whole ~phrase 51 Suppl, 17| the use of the keys can be exercised.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[17] Out. 52 Suppl, 17| those on ~whom the act is exercised.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[17] A[ 53 Suppl, 17| the person ~on whom it is exercised - because the ecclesiastical 54 Suppl, 18| or through being actually exercised, even as the ~waters of 55 Suppl, 19| spiritual jurisdiction may be exercised ~both by one alone, e.g. 56 Suppl, 19| of his ~free-will can be exercised by him when he wills. Now 57 Suppl, 20| POWER OF THE KEYS CAN BE EXERCISED (THREE ARTICLES)~We must 58 Suppl, 20| power of the keys can be ~exercised. Under this head there are 59 Suppl, 20| this power requires ~to be exercised on a subject, and therefore 60 Suppl, 37| of the ~recipients can be exercised only over the unclean, since 61 Suppl, 37| that they can be lawfully ~exercised by others, even though these 62 Suppl, 39| living together. But Debbora exercised authority in temporal, not ~ 63 Suppl, 40| actions that have to be exercised ~by virtue of certain definite 64 Suppl, 70| in this way they ~are not exercised without a definite movement 65 Suppl, 73| 2: This ministry will be exercised chiefly by one Archangel, ~ 66 Suppl, 86| judging denotes an action exercised on another person, it ~follows


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