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deluded 2
deluge 28
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57 concupiscences
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57 desert
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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demand

   Part, Question
1 1, 91 | creation of things did not demand that woman should be made 2 1, 111 | such an operation ~does not demand to occupy a place; indeed, 3 2, 92 | something, as: 'A brave man may demand his reward'": or forbids ~ 4 2, 105 | neighbor or brother, ~cannot demand it again, because it is 5 2, 105 | 24:10): "When thou shalt demand of thy neighbor any ~thing 6 2, 105 | 10,11): "When thou shalt demand of thy neighbor anything 7 2, 108 | teaches that we should not ~demand our goods from motives of 8 2, 3 | and our neighbor's good demand, ~man should not be contented 9 2, 23 | needs of the present ~life demand. This is the perfection 10 2, 25 | he is the first thing to demand ~our love: and God is more 11 2, 31 | fraternal correction does not ~demand that a private admonition 12 2, 31 | fraternal correction to ~demand that we should first of 13 2, 41 | reason the Church does not demand tithes in certain countries, 14 2, 69 | that "it is customary to demand ~from them restitution of 15 2, 76 | lending money to anyone, to demand some sort of compensation 16 2, 76 | the loan be made with a ~demand or expectation of aught 17 2, 76 | consequently he may lawfully demand as something belonging to 18 2, 85 | tithes, when they could not demand them without scandal, on ~ 19 2, 85 | where the Church does ~not demand them are not in a state 20 2, 85 | unbecoming that they should demand minute things with careful 21 2, 85 | exaction when the clergy demand tithes from the clergy" ~[* 22 2, 94 | words, two ~points seem to demand caution. The first is the 23 2, 96 | it is useless for him to demand ~an oath: and if he believes 24 2, 96 | Therefore it is not lawful to demand an oath of such a man.~Aquin.: 25 2, 96 | Therefore it is lawful to demand an oath from one who swears ~ 26 2, 98 | absolution. But some persons demand money when ~absolving from 27 2, 98 | simoniacal, ~especially when the demand is made of a person unwilling 28 2, 98 | unwilling to pay. But if ~the demand be made in payment of a 29 2, 98 | customary, and especially if the demand be acceded to ~voluntarily. 30 2, 98 | Simonia], it is forbidden to demand anything for the Nuptial ~ 31 2, 98 | Therefore it is lawful to demand something for spiritual 32 2, 118 | his sword in deposit, ~and demand its delivery while in a 33 2, 169 | that is to say, "Its merits demand that ~it should be destroyed." 34 2, 183 | according as place and time demand: ~hence Augustine says ( 35 2, 185 | They all ask, they ~all demand to be supported in their 36 2, 186 | however, a man ~were not to demand the return of that which 37 3, 68 | For God's justice seems to demand that a man ~should be punished 38 3, 69 | Further, various diseases demand various remedies: because 39 Suppl, 13| for friendship does not demand ~measure for measure, but 40 Suppl, 52| the debt his master may demand of him a service which he 41 Suppl, 53| that she will be unable to demand the debt, ~since order is 42 Suppl, 53| ordained, since he cannot demand ~the debt, nor is the wife 43 Suppl, 58| intercourse, nor can he demand it ~without sin. And yet 44 Suppl, 60| before ~a secular court, and demand that she receive capital 45 Suppl, 62| the marriage ~debt at her demand, unless he be compelled 46 Suppl, 62| would be unlawful for her to demand it.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] 47 Suppl, 64| 3) Whether a wife may demand the debt during the menses?~( 48 Suppl, 64| master is not ashamed to demand of his slave the duty ~of 49 Suppl, 64| if the master were not to demand it, either through ignorance 50 Suppl, 64| request, she must yield to his demand. But it ~would not be safe 51 Suppl, 64| other's consent, vow not ~to demand the debt, since in this 52 Suppl, 64| other's consent vow not to demand the debt, not however ~not 53 Suppl, 64| Whether it is forbidden to demand the debt on holy days?~Aquin.: 54 Suppl, 64| But it is not lawful to demand the debt in a holy place. 55 Suppl, 72| disposition which is the demand for that union: since such ~ 56 Suppl, 79| like parts, all of which demand different complexions. ~ 57 Suppl, 90| Works in themselves do not demand the payment of a reward, ~


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