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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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covered

   Part, Question
1 1, 29 | placed on ~the face and covered the features before the 2 1, 36 | points out, in what is covered by it, some cause or ~principle 3 1, 36 | sometimes that which is covered by the preposition ~"through" 4 1, 36 | however, that which is covered by this preposition ~"through" 5 1, 66 | inasmuch as the waters ~covered and concealed it from view; 6 1, 69 | hitherto had been completely covered by the ~waters, wherefore 7 1, 69 | invisible," because it was covered by the waters. Thus, ~then, 8 1, 69 | that the ~earth was first covered by the waters, and that 9 1, 69 | explains the water that covered the earth as being rarefied 10 1, 69 | applied to that which is covered with ~waters or not. So 11 1, 69 | invisible" or "void," being covered by the ~waters; on the other 12 1, 74 | and the earth was still covered by the ~waters, nor had 13 1, 67 | inasmuch as the waters ~covered and concealed it from view; 14 1, 70 | hitherto had been completely covered by the ~waters, wherefore 15 1, 70 | invisible," because it was covered by the waters. Thus, ~then, 16 1, 70 | that the ~earth was first covered by the waters, and that 17 1, 70 | explains the water that covered the earth as being rarefied 18 1, 70 | applied to that which is covered with ~waters or not. So 19 1, 70 | invisible" or "void," being covered by the ~waters; on the other 20 1, 73 | and the earth was still covered by the ~waters, nor had 21 2, 49 | something else is adorned ~or covered: wherefore the Philosopher 22 2, 73 | darker if ~the light be covered with several shades, than 23 2, 73 | shades, than if it were covered by a ~single shade shutting 24 2, 95 | individual facts which cannot be covered by the law ~"have necessarily 25 2, 102 | boards placed on ~end, and covered on the inside with curtains 26 2, 102 | These ~curtains, however, covered the sides only of the tabernacle; 27 2, 102 | roof ~of the tabernacle was covered with violet-colored skins; 28 2, 102 | made of goats' hair, which covered not only the roof ~of the 29 2, 102 | reached to the ground and covered the boards ~of the tabernacle 30 2, 102 | Church. The boards were covered on the inner side by curtains 31 2, 102 | lancets, till they were all covered with blood." For this reason 32 2, 102 | he had the ephod, which covered his shoulders and his breast ~ 33 2, 102 | be ~poured out and to be covered with earth (Lev. 17:13). 34 2, 102 | excretions of the mind should be covered over by repentance, that ~ 35 2, 102 | forgiven, and whose sins are covered." Or else ~according to 36 2, 108 | prohibition of adultery and murder covered the external act only, and ~ 37 2, 2 | thus their knowledge was covered with a veil, so to speak. 38 2, 49 | to be done which is not ~covered by the common rules of actions, 39 2, 49 | about all actions that are covered by the common rules: but ~ 40 2, 142 | borne reproach, ~shame hath covered my face." Therefore shamefacedness 41 2, 144 | food, and wherewith to be covered, with these we should be [ 42 2, 152 | De Animal. ix, ~47) which covered its own mother by mistake 43 2, 162 | food, and wherewith to be covered, with these we are ~content." 44 2, 167 | food and wherewith to be covered, with these let us be ~content;" - 45 2, 184 | food, and wherewith to be covered," says: "Though we brought ~ 46 3, 16 | borne in mind that the term covered by the ~reduplication signifies 47 3, 16 | added whereby [the term covered by the ~reduplication] is 48 3, 27 | were perfected, the cloud covered the tabernacle of the testimony, ~ 49 3, 36 | because earthly grandeur is covered with confusion ~when the 50 3, 45 | come the saints will be covered. Or, again, it may be said 51 3, 52 | a land that is dark and ~covered with the mist of death." 52 3, 66 | the whole body cannot be ~covered with water, because of the 53 3, 72 | forehead, which is hardly ever ~covered, is the most conspicuous 54 3, 76 | hindered from seeing what is covered with ~any corporeal veil), 55 3, 83 | be ~made of "setim-wood," covered "with brass" (Ex. 27:1,2), 56 3, 88 | Further, past sins are covered by grace, as the Apostle 57 3, 88 | forgiven, and whose sins are covered." But a subsequent mortal 58 Suppl, 44| those who are ~wedded are covered with a veil [*This is still 59 Suppl, 53| asks: wherefore this is not covered by his obligation to ~his


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