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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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fit

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | their vanity have thought fit to attribute ~contingent 2 1, 58 | they receive from ~God to fit them for the tasks which 3 1, 59 | they receive from ~God to fit them for the tasks which 4 1, 84 | phantasms are made more fit for the abstraction therefrom 5 1, 101 | sense it would not be a fit ~place for human dwelling, 6 1, 101 | Therefore paradise was not a fit dwelling-place ~for man.~ 7 1, 101 | clear that paradise was most fit to be a dwelling-place for 8 2, 53 | habits, man becomes less fit to judge aright, and sometimes ~ 9 2, 75 | cause, none of which will fit in with one sin ~causing 10 2, 98 | should make man ~altogether fit to partake of everlasting 11 2, 102 | cooked that they are made fit for human ~consumption. 12 2, 105 | or old men, ~who are not fit to enjoy power in matters 13 2, 106 | whereby man is rendered fit to receive the grace of 14 2, 109 | according as they are naturally fit (to be sought ~and loved) 15 2, 109 | according as they are naturally fit" as ~stated in Phys. ii, 16 2, 110 | saints and philosophers fit grace, since ~"it makes 17 2, 113 | the likeness of God, it is fit to receive God by grace, 18 2, 1 | parts of the body which fit together are ~called the 19 2, 1 | articles are parts that fit ~together in a sentence, 20 2, 1 | divided into parts, and fit together. Now the ~object 21 2, 43 | of the text would only ~fit the Latin word for wisdom, 22 2, 49 | discovery or devising of fit means for the ~end, but 23 2, 86 | plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God." 24 2, 86 | good ~purpose, he is not fit for the kingdom of God. 25 2, 96 | he swore to do ~was not a fit matter of an oath.~Aquin.: 26 2, 100 | like things render a man fit ~for positions of dignity, 27 2, 162 | its hardness ~may make it fit for cutting. But that it 28 2, 166 | stated above, fun should fit with business and persons; ~ 29 2, 175 | in wisdom, so as to be ~fit to be intrusted with public 30 2, 182 | plough and looking back ~is fit for the kingdom of God" ( 31 2, 183 | plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God." 32 2, 184 | plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God." 33 2, 185 | a man is rendered ~less fit for spiritual duties through 34 2, 187 | plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God." 35 2, 187 | plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God,' 36 3, 3 | this similitude does not fit at all points, as has been ~ 37 3, 7 | sufficient grace to be a fit minister and witness of 38 3, 27 | 3:6: "(Who) hath made us fit ministers of the New ~Testament." 39 3, 42 | faithful men, who shall be fit to teach ~others." This 40 3, 48 | passible and mortal, it was fit for immolation. Thirdly, 41 3, 72 | one of which it becomes fit matter for the sacrament, ~ 42 3, 81 | things made Christ's flesh fit for being eaten, ~which 43 3, 82 | vessels, makes such things fit for use in performing the 44 3, 82 | whether you have chosen a fit minister, to whom ~you have 45 3, 83 | whereby they ~are rendered fit for the Divine worship, 46 3, 88 | Fratres odit, apostata fit, spernitque, fateri,~Poenituisse 47 Suppl, 38| grace which ~makes a man fit to exercise his Order. And 48 Suppl, 41| mind so that ~it is not fit for actual union with God; 49 Suppl, 43| seven years a man is not fit to make any contract, but ~ 50 Suppl, 43| that period he begins to be fit to make certain promises ~ 51 Suppl, 43| us more, though he is not fit to bind himself by a perpetual ~ 52 Suppl, 56| her, because she is not a fit subject, and not because ~ 53 Suppl, 57| but because he is not a fit ~subject of spirituality.~ 54 Suppl, 58| Further, mad persons are not fit for making contracts. But 55 Suppl, 64| the day to keep oneself fit for prayer.~Aquin.: SMT 56 Suppl, 67| OBJ 3: Further, men are as fit to receive a dispensation 57 Suppl, 71| merely ~to render themselves fit recipients of those suffrages. 58 Suppl, 71| suffrages, ~but made themselves fit by their preceding merits 59 Suppl, 72| these also, ~so that they be fit to receive the newness of 60 Suppl, 88| as long as the earth is fit for seed time and harvest, 61 Suppl, 96| as they are more or less fit to be cleansed, through


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