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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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designate

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | and quietly; ~therefore to designate the immutability and permanence 2 1, 12 | that ~Jacob spoke thus to designate some exalted intellectual 3 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost," we do not designate personal unity, because ~ 4 1, 36 | person; nor again do we ~designate the unity of property, because 5 1, 39 | when we wish to qualify or ~designate the form. In which case 6 1, 39 | unless we add some term to ~designate the essence; as, for instance, 7 1, 39 | from" or "out of" does not designate the ~habitude of a formal 8 1, 40 | origin of ~a thing does not designate anything intrinsic, but 9 1, 41 | are ~attributed to God to designate the proceeding of creatures 10 1, 41 | wherefore the acts which designate the ~order of this origin 11 1, 41 | are not such actions as to designate the procession of ~something 12 1, 41 | speaking: inasmuch as ~we designate by different terms the intellect 13 1, 43 | they ~were not sent to designate the indwelling of the divine 14 1, 45 | and this ~emanation we designate by the name of creation. 15 1, 39 | when we wish to qualify or ~designate the form. In which case 16 1, 39 | unless we add some term to ~designate the essence; as, for instance, 17 1, 39 | from" or "out of" does not designate the ~habitude of a formal 18 1, 40 | origin of ~a thing does not designate anything intrinsic, but 19 1, 41 | are attributed to God to designate the proceeding of creatures 20 1, 41 | wherefore the acts which designate the ~order of this origin 21 1, 41 | are not such actions as to designate the procession of ~something 22 1, 41 | speaking: inasmuch as ~we designate by different terms the intellect 23 1, 43 | they ~were not sent to designate the indwelling of the divine 24 1, 46 | and this ~emanation we designate by the name of creation. 25 1, 105 | The names of the ~angels designate their properties." Now the 26 2, 7 | movement are employed to designate all other ~movements, because 27 2, 31 | movement of the soul," we designate its genus. By saying ~that 28 2, 31 | delight is an operation, we designate, not ~its essence, but its 29 2, 49 | to quality, nevertheless designate differences ~which are proper 30 2, 70 | the sake of" be taken to designate the final cause; and in 31 2, 89 | that wood, hay, stubble designate good works, which are ~indeed 32 2, 102 | viz. that of linen, to designate ~purity of the flesh; purple, 33 2, 102 | coverings of the building designate ~prelates and doctors, who 34 2, 102 | that the ~Lord was wont to designate the synagogue, according 35 2, 24 | name of ~demon is given to designate a nature deformed by sin, 36 2, 40 | understand the word ~people to designate not any crowd of persons, 37 2, 55 | afterwards it was transferred to designate the art ~whereby it is known 38 2, 83 | offer the things which we designate thereby," as Augustine states ( 39 2, 99 | of God, which the Greeks designate by the ~term {eusebeia}. 40 2, 125 | virtues: and in ~order to designate vices we employ especially 41 2, 125 | so we use them ~rather to designate virtues.~Aquin.: SMT SS 42 2, 139 | restricted sense in order to designate the principal things to 43 2, 139 | used ~antonomastically* to designate Rome. [*Antonomasia is the 44 2, 143 | beauty, which we ~properly designate as spiritual," and further 45 2, 147 | reason sobriety is used to designate ~temperance. Yet slight 46 2, 149 | one is sometimes used to designate the other.~Aquin.: SMT SS 47 2, 183 | on the part of the person designate, and something ~on the part 48 3, 28 | conjunction ~"till" is wont to designate a fixed time, on the completion 49 3, 28 | The Scriptures are wont to designate as the first-born, not ~ 50 3, 39 | 6~Secondly, in order to designate the seven gifts of the Holy 51 3, 39 | form of a dove, in order to designate the common effect of ~baptism - 52 3, 55 | sometimes it is employed to designate any sort "of reason in confirmation ~ 53 3, 66 | you mention ~Christ, you designate both the Father by Whom 54 3, 66 | Baptism; and in order to ~designate the purity of life, to which 55 Suppl, 10| the text venial does not designate guilt, but punishment ~that 56 Suppl, 40| fully. and so in order to designate this perfection, he ~receives 57 Suppl, 68| court; (2) if the father designate him in his ~will as his 58 Suppl, 68| emperor; (4) if the father designate him as legitimate in ~a 59 Suppl, 70| another way memory is used to ~designate that part of the imagination


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