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perceptible 17
perception 54
perceptions 3
perchance 57
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57 morals
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57 remarks
57 resemblance
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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perchance

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | understands Himself ~only so far perchance as He understands other 2 1, 25 | essence itself; except, ~perchance, after our manner of understanding, 3 1, 48 | than a ~preceding sin, but perchance either equally or more.~ 4 1, 49 | than a ~preceding sin, but perchance either equally or more.~ 5 1, 83 | proximate cause, although perchance as remote cause.~Aquin.: 6 2, 21 | with the agent: unless, ~perchance, he owe retribution to himself, 7 2, 33 | greatest delight: except, perchance, ~accidentally, in so far 8 2, 54 | time, ~except in so far as perchance one act is comprised in 9 2, 71 | without this other: unless, ~perchance, it does not occur to him, 10 2, 76 | ignorance is not a sin, unless ~perchance it be original sin.~Aquin.: 11 2, 76 | make a sin greater, since, perchance, the two sins do not ~coincide, 12 2, 94 | not ~universally, except perchance in regard to the secondary 13 2, 104 | he would not ~sin: unless perchance they were observed, or ordered 14 2, 105 | diminished also; unless ~perchance the common weal requires 15 2, 105 | And this I say, unless perchance the animal itself ~were 16 2, 10 | to be tolerated, except perchance ~in order to avoid an evil, 17 2, 29 | connections out of it, unless perchance the case be so urgent that 18 2, 30 | restitution of such gains, unless perchance the contrary custom ~prevail, 19 2, 30 | father to be willing: unless, perchance, the father ~authorize his 20 2, 65 | though he be exempt: unless ~perchance the defendant offend in 21 2, 71 | not a mortal sin, unless perchance the spoken ~word be of such 22 2, 86 | that particular ~deed, and perchance to do it many times.~Aquin.: 23 2, 87 | judgment of discretion: unless perchance what was possible when he ~ 24 2, 87 | him but to God: unless perchance it included some condition, 25 2, 96 | oath does not sin, except perchance when of his own accord he ~ 26 2, 110 | to a jocose lie. Unless perchance he were to ~prefer this 27 2, 131 | Pastoral. i) of Moses that "perchance ~he would have been proud, 28 2, 148 | drunkenness does, unless perchance it be so vehement as to 29 2, 150 | solicitous she be about them, if perchance on account ~of some mental 30 2, 173 | nature of rapture, unless perchance ~the passion be so strong 31 2, 174 | to have been given; since perchance they might ~think those 32 2, 183 | except as regards what ~perchance is incompatible with perfection, 33 2, 185 | necessity of precept, save ~perchance in some particular case, 34 3, 27 | by means of her Son: and ~perchance she succumbed to human frailty, 35 3, 54 | beholder's sight ~unless perchance it be corrupted. But Christ' 36 3, 54 | says in the same book: "Perchance by reason of ~the blood 37 3, 66 | art is accidental; except perchance when art applies a proper 38 3, 66 | conversion of heart, if perchance on account of the stress 39 3, 68 | washed with water; unless ~perchance it be said that the baptismal 40 3, 75 | no longer remains, unless perchance ~dissolved into its (original) 41 3, 77 | numerically the same. ~Unless perchance it be said that the said 42 3, 77 | which is impossible. Unless perchance it be said that in the ~ 43 3, 80 | as simple food. ~Unless perchance the unbeliever were to intend 44 3, 80 | wash ~their hands): except perchance such uncleanness be perpetual 45 3, 80 | Regist. xi): "As ~when perchance either a festival day calls 46 3, 81 | be within itself except perchance by reason ~of its parts, 47 3, 81 | Tract. lxii in Joan.), "perchance the feigning of Judas is 48 3, 83 | that ~he has said; unless perchance in uttering them he adverts 49 Suppl, 4 | the reason that good may ~perchance come from it through the 50 Suppl, 8 | a ~higher authority, if perchance one's own priest happens 51 Suppl, 11| to an interpreter, unless perchance the penitent wish ~him to 52 Suppl, 56| husband to wife, ~unless perchance it be his wife's child, 53 Suppl, 59| account of other sins, unless perchance the husband wish to ~cease 54 Suppl, 79| bore ~for Christ's name. Perchance indeed we shall see them 55 Suppl, 79| said (Q[81], A[4]): unless perchance we say that there ~will 56 Suppl, 93| reason whatever; unless perchance it ~be done by Divine instinct 57 Suppl, 93| bore for Christ's name. Perchance ~indeed we shall see them,


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