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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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eaten

   Part, Question
1 1, 93 | innocence man would have eaten and ~consequently have slept 2 2, 28 | zeal of Thy house ~hath eaten me up," a gloss says that " 3 2, 28 | gloss says that "a man is eaten up with a good zeal, ~who 4 2, 33 | respect of a man who has eaten to repletion.~Aquin.: SMT 5 2, 36 | instance, when a man has eaten ~to repletion, he takes 6 2, 102 | God, and nothing of it was eaten. The second ~place in holiness, 7 2, 102 | sacrifice for sins, which was eaten in ~the court only, and 8 2, 102 | thanksgiving, which ~were eaten on the same day, but anywhere 9 2, 102 | flesh of which could be eaten ~even on the morrow. The 10 2, 102 | In one house shall it be eaten, neither shall you carry 11 2, 102 | Passion or charity. And it was eaten with ~unleavened bread to 12 2, 102 | the paschal lamb should be eaten in one house, i.e. ~in a 13 2, 102 | fifth year onward they were eaten.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 14 2, 34 | The zeal of Thy house hath eaten me up." ~Therefore envy 15 2, 83 | burnt, the bread is broken, eaten, blessed. The very word ~ 16 2, 93 | that his son Jonathan had eaten honey (1 ~Kgs. 14:58, sqq.): 17 3, 15 | the zeal of Thy house hath eaten me up," were fulfilled in 18 3, 15 | on Jn. 2:17) that "he is eaten ~up by zeal for the house 19 3, 36 | babyhood to youth, ~had neither eaten nor slept, would He not 20 3, 41 | austerity that He should have eaten nothing for forty days and 21 3, 46 | bread - which had to be eaten by the clean. Hence ~Chrysostom 22 3, 55 | and ~lived with them, and eaten with them, just as if they 23 3, 73 | But Christ's flesh is ~eaten and His blood drunk in this 24 3, 73 | come to us through being eaten. Hence, as we are new-born 25 3, 73 | of all, because it was eaten with unleavened loaves, 26 3, 75 | but that it was not to be ~eaten in this species in which 27 3, 75 | that the flesh was to be eaten as ~it is divided piecemeal 28 3, 77 | Christ's true body that is eaten, according to Jn. ~6:57: " 29 3, 77 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: What is eaten under its own species, is 30 3, 77 | species; but Christ's body is eaten not under ~its proper, but 31 3, 80 | fathers of ~old would have eaten this sacrament spiritually. 32 3, 80 | says: "Christ is to be eaten spiritually, as He Himself 33 3, 80 | Believe, ~and thou hast eaten . . . For to believe in 34 3, 80 | on the ~part of the thing eaten. But if it qualify the verb 35 3, 80 | fat ones of the earth have eaten ~and have adored," Augustine 36 3, 80 | Proposition might not be eaten by ~them who had known their 37 3, 80 | otherwise he who had once eaten or drunk could never afterwards ~ 38 3, 80 | If the Lord's portion be eaten in the ~morning, the ministers 39 3, 80 | above (Q[73], A[9]) was eaten only once in the year; while 40 3, 81 | in ~Phys. iv. But what is eaten and drunk is in the eater 41 3, 81 | the partaker and what is ~eaten."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[81] A[ 42 3, 81 | upon Ruth 3:7, "When he had eaten and drunk, says: Christ 43 3, 81 | Christ's flesh fit for being eaten, ~which before the Passion 44 3, 81 | by contact and by being ~eaten. Consequently, if Christ' 45 3, 81 | from contact and from being eaten by the disciples.~Aquin.: 46 3, 81 | to the disciples ~to be eaten. And according to this He 47 3, 83 | passions, just as the bread eaten is bruised by the teeth. " 48 3, 83 | priest remembers that he has eaten or drunk something, or that 49 3, 83 | priest remembers that he has eaten or drunk anything, he ~ought 50 3, 89 | which ~the locust . . . hath eaten," a gloss says: "I will 51 Suppl, 54| common with that which is eaten, ~since it agrees with it 52 Suppl, 77| in the flesh of the men ~eaten, but something not belonging 53 Suppl, 77| because the flesh that is eaten never belonged to the truth 54 Suppl, 77| in him whose flesh was eaten: and thus it will rise again 55 Suppl, 77| any surplus in the flesh eaten, not ~belonging to the truth 56 Suppl, 77| food: so that the flesh eaten is not changed into the 57 Suppl, 77| for the whole of the flesh eaten to be changed into ~seed, 58 Suppl, 77| food. That part of the ~eaten flesh which is changed into 59 Suppl, 77| from whose flesh being ~eaten the seed was produced, for 60 Suppl, 77| second. The remainder of the eaten flesh, not being changed ~


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