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exemption 1
exercise 242
exercised 66
exercises 62
exercising 47
exhalation 4
exhalations 3
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62 conjunction
62 consistent
62 differentiated
62 exercises
62 happened
62 imitate
62 incur
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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exercises

   Part, Question
1 1, 21 | serve him. Thus also God ~exercises justice, when He gives to 2 1, 63 | becomes sluggish in spiritual exercises because they weary ~the 3 1, 64 | becomes sluggish in spiritual exercises because they weary ~the 4 1, 95 | natural, because man thereby ~exercises a natural right. Secondly, 5 2, 15 | Nevertheless the higher reason exercises judgment on ~the fact of 6 2, 18 | the ~matter about which it exercises its operation. Now since 7 2, 66 | hence it is that ~wisdom exercises judgment over all the other 8 2, 74 | its proper object; ~but it exercises the direction of all the 9 2, 81 | and not of the mind, man exercises his power of ~generation. 10 2, 87 | of ~innocence, for penal exercises in order to make progress 11 2, 98 | highest place, himself ~exercises the principal and perfect 12 2, 9 | occasion), which judgment he exercises through the gift of knowledge.~ 13 2, 18 | power ~which the master exercises over the servant; whereas, 14 2, 38 | is ~evident in scientific exercises. But warlike exercises which 15 2, 38 | scientific exercises. But warlike exercises which take place ~in tournaments 16 2, 38 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Manly exercises in warlike feats of arms 17 2, 38 | In olden times warlike exercises presented no such ~danger, 18 2, 38 | hence they were called "exercises of arms" or "bloodless ~ 19 2, 43 | Reply OBJ 3: The intellect exercises a twofold act, perception 20 2, 45 | OBJ 3: Further, prudence exercises command, as stated above ( 21 2, 62 | it is lawful, for one who exercises public authority, to ~kill 22 2, 62 | kill evil-doers. Now he who exercises public authority is sometimes 23 2, 62 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: One who exercises public authority may lawfully 24 2, 62 | is not lawful for one who exercises public ~authority to put 25 2, 65 | judgment in as much as he exercises public ~authority, wherefore 26 2, 65 | commonwealth, whose ~power he exercises, and to whose good it belongs 27 2, 86 | throughout the whole Church, he exercises absolute power of dispensing ~ 28 2, 100 | person who, in some way, exercises providence in one respect, ~ 29 2, 101 | lordship, forasmuch as he exercises a particular power over 30 2, 184 | perfection by means of certain exercises, whereby the obstacles to ~ 31 2, 186 | secondarily on their respective exercises. ~Nevertheless each of these 32 3, 49 | OBJ 2: Further, the devil exercises his power over men by tempting 33 3, 59 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, no one exercises judgment except over his 34 3, 72 | Christ, by the power which He exercises in the sacraments, ~bestowed 35 3, 78 | of Baptism the minister exercises an act ~regarding the use 36 3, 84 | cured, such as ~certain exercises.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 37 Suppl, 4 | better it ~is, provided he exercises the acts of other virtues 38 Suppl, 8 | Wherefore he alone who exercises a ministry over ~Christ' 39 Suppl, 18| Testament. Therefore he exercises a ~power over the remission 40 Suppl, 18| the priest, in ~absolving, exercises an operation ordained to 41 Suppl, 18| nevertheless, in binding, he exercises no ~operation on the guilt; ( 42 Suppl, 19| Eucharist, on which the ~priest exercises his power, is not a man 43 Suppl, 23| the faithful over whom she exercises a ~certain power.~Aquin.: 44 Suppl, 34| dispenser of the sacrament exercises no authority, but only ministry. ~ 45 Suppl, 36| 1~Reply OBJ 1: A priest exercises a twofold action: the one, 46 Suppl, 36| blasphemer and a cheat if he ~exercises his order unworthily, and 47 Suppl, 36| sin ~mortally whenever he exercises his order. ~Aquin.: SMT 48 Suppl, 36| mortally. Now ~anyone who exercises a sacred office in mortal 49 Suppl, 37| which among them ~each Order exercises on the Orders below. In 50 Suppl, 37| the matter about which it exercises an act, and ~thus an Order 51 Suppl, 37| is called sacred, if it exercises an act about some ~consecrated 52 Suppl, 37| the subdiaconate, which ~exercises an act about the consecrated 53 Suppl, 37| and thus the priest alone ~exercises acts immediately directed 54 Suppl, 37| cruet; whereas the subdeacon exercises an act over ~the contents 55 Suppl, 37| deacon, like the subdeacon, exercises an ~act over the chalice 56 Suppl, 37| contents, whereas the priest ~exercises an act over the contents. [* 57 Suppl, 37| priest's. For the priest exercises a power directly on Christ' 58 Suppl, 38| as the one who baptizes exercises a merely outward ministry, 59 Suppl, 47| is the force of one who exercises his power to detain a thing ~ 60 Suppl, 60| Wherefore the husband who ~exercises this kind of control over 61 Suppl, 70| that no ~sensitive power exercises an act except through a 62 Suppl, 70| external acts which the soul exercises through the body. and ~these


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