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silent 19
silk 6
silonite 1
silver 57
silvester 1
simeon 8
simil 3
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57 remarks
57 resemblance
57 risen
57 silver
57 solicitous
57 thess
57 unsuitable
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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silver

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | only vessels of gold and silver; but ~also of wood and of 2 1, 92 | image of ~the king is in a silver coin, as Augustine says 3 1, 118 | lead or tin is ~mixed with silver to prevent its being consumed 4 2, 86 | e.g. ~a garment, gold or silver, or the like. Accordingly 5 2, 89 | those who build ~"gold, silver, precious stones," i.e. 6 2, 89 | works, signified by gold, silver, and precious ~stones, while 7 2, 89 | are designated by "gold," "silver," and ~"precious stones," 8 2, 102 | to debar man ~from taking silver and gold of which idols 9 2, 102 | was ~supplied by Nicolai.] Silver and gold were reasonably 10 2, 102 | reason was lest, by taking silver and gold, they should be ~ 11 2, 108 | Do not possess gold, nor ~silver, nor money in your purses," 12 2, 7 | with baser things: ~for silver is not called impure, when 13 2, 75 | instead of the real metal, ~silver or gold produced by some 14 2, 75 | the human uses for which silver and gold are necessary, 15 2, 75 | people (Is. 1:22), "Thy silver is turned into ~dross, thy 16 2, 75 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Gold and silver are costly not only on account 17 2, 75 | substance. Hence if the ~gold or silver produced by alchemists has 18 2, 75 | specific nature of ~gold and silver, the sale thereof is fraudulent 19 2, 75 | especially as ~real gold and silver can produce certain results 20 2, 75 | the counterfeit gold and silver of alchemists cannot produce. 21 2, 76 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, silver made into coins does not 22 2, 76 | differ specifically from ~silver made into a vessel. But 23 2, 76 | price for the ~loan of a silver vessel. Therefore it is 24 2, 76 | price ~for the loan of a silver coin. Therefore usury is 25 2, 76 | The principal use of a silver vessel is not its ~consumption, 26 2, 76 | hand the principal use of silver money is ~sinking it in 27 2, 76 | that the secondary use of silver vessels may be an ~exchange, 28 2, 76 | be some secondary use of silver money; for instance, a man 29 2, 79 | baser things, for instance, silver by being mixed with ~lead. 30 2, 89 | written (Prov. 27:21): "As silver is tried in the fining-pot . . . 31 2, 97 | pounds of tried ~purest silver."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[99] A[ 32 2, 101 | Tobias "had ten talents ~of silver of that which he had been 33 2, 116 | philargyria}, applies not only to silver or money, but also to anything ~ 34 2, 116 | philargyria}, i.e. ~"love of silver." Now silver, which stands 35 2, 116 | i.e. ~"love of silver." Now silver, which stands for money, 36 2, 152 | the maid fifty sicles of ~silver, and shall have her to wife, 37 2, 153 | not measured with gold ~or silver, which are appreciable according 38 2, 181 | only vessels of gold and silver, but also ~of wood and of 39 2, 183 | Do not possess ~gold, nor silver, nor money in your purses"; 40 2, 183 | and if he have gold and silver, possessions, and chattels 41 2, 183 | possess neither gold nor silver means ~that the preacher 42 2, 183 | preaching without gold or silver ~or other means, since they 43 2, 184 | external ~riches of gold and silver which are measured by weight [*' 44 2, 186 | Do not possess gold, nor silver, nor ~money in your purses, 45 3, 25 | instance, in stone or wood, silver or ~gold - thus we venerate 46 3, 40 | Do not possess gold nor ~silver." And the apostles (Acts 47 3, 41 | inhabitants, their gold and silver: but ~that the devil pointed 48 3, 48 | corruptible things as gold or silver from your vain conversation 49 3, 64 | which water passes, be of silver or lead. Therefore the ministers ~ 50 3, 70 | thousands of gold ~and silver" (Ps. 118:72).~Aquin.: SMT 51 3, 83 | stone, and not of gold or of silver or tin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 52 3, 83 | Urban had everything made of silver." Afterwards it was decided 53 3, 83 | entirely of gold, or of ~silver or at least of tin. But 54 Suppl, 67| condemned in a hundred sicles of silver, and he shall be unable 55 Suppl, 71| twelve ~thousand drachms of silver to Jerusalem . . . to be 56 Suppl, 77| heat, as lead is ~added to silver lest it be destroyed in 57 Suppl, 86| foundation of faith, "gold, silver, ~and precious stones" (


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