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54 benefactor
54 burning
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54 completion
54 comprehensor
54 descent
54 dwells
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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completion

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | actual things find ~their completion, but also towards which 2 1, 19 | might enjoy Him, or for ~the completion of the universe. But this 3 1, 23 | Thus it is that for the completion of the universe ~there are 4 1, 64 | kingdom, which found its completion in ~Christ; and most of 5 1, 73 | of inquiry:~(1) About the completion of the works;~(2) About 6 1, 73 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the completion of the Divine works ought 7 1, 73 | It would seem that the completion of the Divine works ought 8 1, 73 | Incarnation is a time of completion, wherefore it is called " 9 1, 73 | Jn. 19:30). ~Hence the completion of the Divine works does 10 1, 73 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the completion of a work is an act in itself. 11 1, 73 | His work. Therefore the completion of the works does not ~belong 12 1, 73 | things ~new." Therefore the completion of the Divine works ought 13 1, 73 | version of the Scripture, the completion of the ~works is attributed 14 1, 73 | however, may stand, since the ~completion of the universe as to the 15 1, 73 | the sixth day, but its completion as regards their operation, 16 1, 74 | another, because at the ~completion of a week of seven days, 17 1, 65 | kingdom, which found its completion in ~Christ; and most of 18 1, 72 | of inquiry:~(1) About the completion of the works;~(2) About 19 1, 72 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the completion of the Divine works ought 20 1, 72 | It would seem that the completion of the Divine works ought 21 1, 72 | Incarnation is a time of completion, wherefore it is called " 22 1, 72 | Jn. 19:30). ~Hence the completion of the Divine works does 23 1, 72 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the completion of a work is an act in itself. 24 1, 72 | His work. Therefore the completion of the works does not ~belong 25 1, 72 | things ~new." Therefore the completion of the Divine works ought 26 1, 72 | version of the Scripture, the completion of the ~works is attributed 27 1, 72 | however, may stand, since the ~completion of the universe as to the 28 1, 72 | the sixth day, but its completion as regards their operation, 29 1, 73 | another, because at the ~completion of a week of seven days, 30 1, 78 | as regards the ~ultimate completion of the act, and then it 31 2, 1 | is always ordained to its completion; as is clearly ~the case 32 2, 25 | other passions have their completion and end; wherefore they ~ 33 2, 25 | order of ~intention and completion. And though fear and hope 34 2, 31 | which consists in a state of completion, as observed above. ~Accordingly 35 2, 71 | business than achieve its ~completion. Now the presence of vices 36 2, 113 | things required for the completion of anything; and in ~this 37 2, 51 | inconstancy, as to its completion, is due to a defect in the 38 2, 51 | Consequently inconstancy, as to its completion, belongs to imprudence. ~ 39 3, 2 | Whatever accrues after the completion of the being comes ~accidentally, 40 3, 17 | completed with its final ~completion. Hence, since they placed 41 3, 28 | designate a fixed time, on the completion of which that ~takes place 42 3, 33 | flesh the beginning ~and the completion of its conception were in 43 3, 59 | of any action before its completion in ~itself and in its results: 44 3, 62 | several things ~concur in the completion of a sacrament, namely, 45 3, 72 | In every work the final completion is reserved to the ~supreme 46 3, 72 | is, as it were, the final completion of the ~sacrament of Baptism; 47 3, 78 | Further, one sacrament has one completion: hence although there ~be 48 3, 83 | whatever may prevent its completion, because this is a heinous ~ 49 Suppl, 78| as regards the ~term of completion. Wherefore that which belonged 50 Suppl, 85| of the body and from the completion of the number of the ~saints. 51 Suppl, 85| of the body and from the completion of the number of ~damned 52 Suppl, 88| Divine ~providence to the completion of the number of the elect, 53 Suppl, 89| it indicates removal of completion whence ~knowledge of a thing 54 Suppl, 90| dependent on the soul for its ~completion; secondly, as containing


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