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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 90 | animals, and ~toughness of hide and quantity of hair or 2 1, 106 | each ~one's body will not hide his mind from his fellows." 3 2, 42 | are quick-tempered do not hide their anger; ~wherefore 4 2, 42 | who are gentle or cunning hide their ~anger; wherefore 5 2, 72 | a falsehood, intends to hide the truth, wherefore in 6 2, 105 | food, for milk, and its hide is employed for various 7 2, 31 | not to save others, but to hide your evil deeds ~with good 8 2, 38 | unwilling that others should hide anything ~from him~Aquin.: 9 2, 53 | wisdom of ~this world is to hide one's thoughts by artifice, 10 2, 67 | me what thou hast done, hide it not" (Joshua 7:19). Therefore 11 2, 67 | sin in secret, by lying to hide the sin that has been committed, 12 2, 69 | every man is bound, not to hide but faithfully to dispense ~ 13 2, 102 | that they might wish to hide their virtue and yet that 14 2, 108 | his sister, he wished to hide the truth, not to tell a 15 2, 108 | Nevertheless it is ~lawful to hide the truth prudently, by 16 2, 109 | pertains to dissimulation to hide one's sin. Therefore it ~ 17 2, 109 | what he is. Hence one may hide one's sin without ~being 18 2, 109 | remedy ~after shipwreck is to hide one's sin," lest, to wit, 19 2, 162 | heat or cold. Secondly, to ~hide his ignominy and to cover 20 2, 167 | has not, and another to hide a disfigurement arising 21 2, 167 | necessity, either in order to hide oneself from enemies, ~or 22 2, 183 | episcopal office, would seem to hide up the spiritual ~corn, 23 2, 183 | Wherefore a man is not deemed to hide spiritual ~corn if he avoids 24 2, 183 | thus alone is he deemed to hide it, when he neglects to 25 2, 185 | useless for them to try to hide from themselves and from 26 2, 185 | it is that wicked persons hide their wickedness ~under 27 2, 185 | that ~the wolves sometimes hide themselves under it."~Aquin.: 28 3, 29 | seem to have wished to ~hide her sin by a lie: being 29 3, 40 | fitting ~not that He should hide Himself by leading a solitary 30 3, 42 | it comes to the same, to hide the truth, whether by ~saying 31 3, 42 | known to many, but rather to hide it. And this may happen 32 3, 42 | without envy, and her riches I hide not." But ~sometimes this 33 3, 43 | said (Gn. ~18:17): "Can I hide from Abraham what I am about 34 3, 44 | Theophylact says: "He did not hide Himself in a corner of the 35 3, 60 | Tobias 12:7: "It is good to hide the secret [sacramentum] 36 3, 84 | plank after shipwreck is to hide one's sins." Now ~Penance 37 3, 84 | Now ~Penance does not hide sins, but reveals them. 38 3, 84 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To hide one's sins may happen in 39 3, 84 | the gloss says ~that "to hide one's sins is a second plank 40 3, 84 | opposed to Penance, and to hide one's ~sins thus is not 41 Suppl, 6 | their flock, lest a wolf may hide therein.~Aquin.: SMT XP 42 Suppl, 11| every case a man is bound to hide what he knows under the ~ 43 Suppl, 11| Whether he is bound to hide even what he knows through 44 Suppl, 11| case the priest is bound to hide the sins which he knows ~ 45 Suppl, 11| not bound in every case to hide ~the sins which he knows 46 Suppl, 11| the seal of ~confession to hide other sins than those in 47 Suppl, 82| glorified bodies will not ~hide that which is within them, 48 Suppl, 82| of the members will not hide one's mind ~from another' 49 Suppl, 82| forth its clarity or to hide it: and this was ~the opinion 50 Suppl, 82| the glorified body will hide other ~bodies that are behind 51 Suppl, 82| will be able to show it or hide it.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[85] 52 Suppl, 82| will be in its power to hide or not to hide a body that 53 Suppl, 82| power to hide or not to hide a body that is ~behind it.~


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