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foolishly 4
foolishness 3
fools 19
foot 60
foot-print 1
foot-stool 5
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60 fervor
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60 informed
60 opus
60 processions
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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foot

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | any of ~the parts of the foot, a foot. But in wholes made 2 1, 3 | the parts of the foot, a foot. But in wholes made up of 3 1, 13 | fact that it ~hurts the foot [loedit pedem], but it is 4 1, 13 | signify that ~which hurts the foot, but rather to signify a 5 1, 13 | everything that hurts the foot would be a stone [*This 6 1, 13 | instance that it hurts the foot [loedit pedem]; but still 7 1, 19 | journey which we can take on ~foot, for we can make the journey 8 1, 46 | x, 31): for as, if ~the foot were always in the dust 9 1, 59 | derived from injuring the foot [laesione pedis], though ~ 10 1, 64 | deprived of a hand or a foot or of something ~else. Therefore 11 1, 75 | species. Hence a hand, or a ~foot, is not called a hypostasis, 12 1, 47 | x, 31): for as, if ~the foot were always in the dust 13 1, 60 | derived from injuring the foot [laesione pedis], though ~ 14 1, 65 | deprived of a hand or a foot or of something ~else. Therefore 15 1, 74 | species. Hence a hand, or a ~foot, is not called a hypostasis, 16 1, 80 | s command both hand and ~foot, and whatever member is 17 1, 84 | judges the sun to be only a foot in diameter, whereas in 18 1, 117 | man without ~a hand or a foot, which are natural parts 19 1, 118 | as when a man's hand or foot is amputated. But the "nutritive 20 2, 1 | instance when one moves one's ~foot or hand, or scratches one' 21 2, 18 | beard, or moves his ~hand or foot; such an action, properly 22 2, 58 | commands, the hand or ~the foot proceeds to action. Hence 23 2, 73 | slay, slips and hurts his foot. If, on the other hand, 24 2, 74 | premeditation, he moves his hand, or foot. ~Therefore sometimes also 25 2, 100 | If thou ~turn away thy foot from the Sabbath, from doing 26 2, 102 | being ~poured out at the foot of the altar, in honor of 27 2, 102 | a brazen laver with its ~foot, that the priests might 28 2, 102 | great ~toe of his right foot"; because it is in these 29 2, 102 | toe of ~his right hand and foot are moistened that his deeds 30 2, 102 | great toe of their right foot were ~tinged with the blood 31 2, 102 | moistening ~of the right foot and hand). They themselves 32 2, 102 | he should have "a broken foot" or "hand," ~i.e. he should 33 2, 102 | birds, that it has a ~webbed foot for swimming, and a cloven 34 2, 102 | for swimming, and a cloven foot for walking: for it swims ~ 35 2, 105 | off his shoe from his ~foot, and" did "spit in his face" ( 36 2, 10 | who hath trodden under foot ~the Son of God, and hath 37 2, 10 | Mt. 18:8): "If . . . thy foot ~scandalize thee, cut it 38 2, 12 | eyes, presseth with the foot, speaketh with ~the finger. 39 2, 63 | for ~tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot."~Aquin.: SMT SS 40 2, 63 | hand for hand, foot for foot."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[65] A[ 41 2, 90 | its name from hurting the foot ~[laedere pedem], but this 42 2, 90 | iron, since it hurts ~the foot, would be a stone. In like 43 2, 136 | ground, nor set down her foot for . . . softness ~[Douay: ' 44 2, 150 | being deprived of a hand or ~foot.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] A[ 45 2, 178 | he halted on his foot (Gn. 32:31) . . . because 46 2, 178 | contemplation Jacob halted with one foot, "because we ~need to grow 47 2, 178 | sweetness of God, we have one foot sound while the other halts; 48 2, 178 | every one who halts on one foot leans only on that foot 49 2, 178 | foot leans only on that foot which is sound."~Aquin.: 50 2, 184 | contempt tramples ~under foot the Son of God. Hence the 51 3, 2 | hypostasis, as a hand or a foot. So ~likewise the human 52 3, 13 | the shape of the hand, or ~foot, or such like.~Aquin.: SMT 53 3, 18 | but not as regards ~his foot. Hence for there to be contrariety 54 3, 25 | honoring a man's hand or foot, it ~is not by reason of 55 3, 83 | Eccles. 4:17): "Keep thy foot ~when thou goest into the 56 Suppl, 2 | the eye will not heal the foot," as Jerome says (Super 57 Suppl, 35| head should be previously a foot; and thus it is in the case 58 Suppl, 40| denoted by the point at the foot of the crozier). Hence the 59 Suppl, 77| properly ~speaking, of hand or foot but of the whole man; even 60 Suppl, 77| the ~heart, liver, hand, foot; while others are directed


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