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grosser 8
grosseteste 1
grossness 7
ground 59
grounded 1
groundless 1
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59 deputed
59 designate
59 draws
59 ground
59 humors
59 immortality
59 imports
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ground

   Part, Question
1 1, 20 | better, especially on the ground of the union with the Godhead. 2 1, 69 | and every herb of the ~ground before it grew." Therefore, 3 1, 70 | objection, however, falls to the ground if we regard the firmament 4 1, 72 | to life them far from the ground, as the ~lizard and tortoise. 5 1, 70 | and every herb of the ~ground before it grew." Therefore, 6 1, 71 | objection, however, falls to the ground if we regard the firmament 7 1, 71 | to life them far from the ground, as the ~lizard and tortoise. 8 1, 90 | have the face turned to the ground, as it were for the ~purpose 9 1, 90 | stature were ~prone to the ground he would need to use his 10 1, 90 | stature were prone to the ground, and he used his hands as 11 1, 92 | not inclined prone to the ground, but is adapted to look ~ 12 1, 108 | Therefore on the same ground ~they are not to be placed 13 2, 18 | pick up a straw from the ground, to ~walk in the fields, 14 2, 19 | to raise a straw from the ground, is forbidden or ~commanded, 15 2, 69 | Therefore, on the same ground it ~should have been assigned 16 2, 70 | spiritual seed in a good ground, viz. "hundredfold, sixtyfold," 17 2, 77 | senses, ~and covers a larger ground, as stated in Metaph. i: 18 2, 102 | but also reached to the ground and covered the boards ~ 19 2, 102 | fly, and is always on the ground, signifies those who fight 20 2, 102 | bat, which flies near the ground, signifies those who being ~ 21 2, 105 | the yoke, nor ploughed the ground, and ~they shall bring her 22 2, 105 | nor did it ~plough the ground, i.e. it never knew the 23 2, 30 | be ~in want, on the same ground as when he gives to others.~ 24 2, 35 | will holds fast to its ~own ground, this is due to the act 25 2, 41 | to give others sufficient ground for scandal. Hence they 26 2, 78 | truthfulness" covers a wider ~ground, as we shall state further 27 2, 82 | worshiped him bowing down to the ground." Therefore adoration is 28 2, 98 | buy an ordinary plot of ground. Even now, ~it is lawful 29 2, 120 | Break up anew your fallow ground, and sow not upon thorns." ~ 30 2, 136 | that ~could not go upon the ground, nor set down her foot for . . . 31 2, 159 | Literally, 'bent to the ~ground'], i.e. inclined to the 32 2, 159 | one's eyes fixed on the ground"; the second ~is "to speak 33 2, 160 | one's eyes fixed on the ~ground": and to this is opposed " 34 2, 167 | one's cloak trail ~on the ground to avoid the trouble of 35 2, 181 | his feet set firmly on the ground, and his other ~intermediate 36 2, 184 | lifting a stick from the ground and so forth, which do not ~ 37 2, 185 | exercising those acts on the ground of their being ~monks, but 38 3, 19 | wholly unable to walk on the ground, is becoming to God. ~Yet 39 3, 29 | Mary's husband) "on the ground ~that in giving birth to 40 3, 40 | He excuses Himself on the ground that this precept does not ~ 41 3, 42 | order to deprive the Jews of ground for quibbling. Hence on ~ 42 3, 42 | of wheat falling into the ground dieth, itself remaineth 43 3, 44 | backward and fell to ~the ground," Augustine says: "Though 44 3, 46 | wheat falling into the ~ground dieth, itself remaineth 45 3, 46 | extent from the beam to the ground; and there it is planted - 46 3, 59 | argument is based on the ground of His grace as Head.~Aquin.: 47 3, 65 | several ways. ~For on the ground of necessity, Baptism is 48 3, 65 | argument proceeds on the ground of necessity. For thus ~ 49 3, 71 | Break up anew ~your fallow ground and sow not upon thorns." 50 3, 74 | wheat falling into the ground die, itself remaineth alone." 51 3, 74 | wheat seed grown in bad ground), the bread made from such 52 3, 82 | it were to fall upon the ground, or else in some other case 53 3, 83 | board which is fixed to the ground, let it be taken up with 54 3, 83 | be not a board, let the ground be ~scraped, and the scrapings 55 Suppl, 2 | evil-doer, sticks to its own ground*, and refuses to yield to 56 Suppl, 2 | suis terminis' (to its own ground)]. But ~this metaphor cannot 57 Suppl, 28| feet, their faces to the ~ground, and their hair shorn away, 58 Suppl, 36| should it be ~cast to the ground.~ 59 Suppl, 85| be judged to stand on the ground, and those alone ~to be


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