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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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carry

   Part, Question
1 1, 39 | in this, that the former carry their subject with them, 2 1, 40 | pre-existing subject: but they carry with them their own "supposita," ~ 3 1, 59 | in so far as they firmly carry ~out the Divine will. All 4 1, 64 | gloss upon James 3:6: "They carry fire of hell with them wherever 5 1, 39 | in this, that the former carry their subject with them, 6 1, 40 | pre-existing subject: but they carry with them their own "supposita," ~ 7 1, 60 | in so far as they firmly carry ~out the Divine will. All 8 1, 65 | gloss upon James 3:6: "They carry fire of hell with them wherever 9 1, 95 | trees of paradise - nor to carry him about, ~his body being 10 1, 108 | be ~stronger, in order to carry out their own wickedness.~ 11 2, 55 | for instance, if a man can carry a hundredweight and not ~ 12 2, 102 | is written (Num. 17:10): "Carry back the rod of Aaron ~into 13 2, 102 | buck-goats, that it might carry ~them away into the wilderness: 14 2, 102 | eaten, neither shall you carry forth ~of the flesh thereof 15 2, 102 | was innocent, nor did He carry the yoke of sin. It was 16 2, 102 | though that ~goat were to carry them away into the wilderness, 17 2, 102 | shoulders. Thirdly, they had to carry the people ~in their mind 18 2, 105 | fruit there: but not to carry any away, lest this should 19 2, 109 | furthermore in order to carry out ~works of supernatural 20 2, 111 | desire good; the third, to carry into effect the good proposed; 21 2, 112 | life, and that they may carry on ~toilsome works with 22 2, 1 | Greek: hence it does not carry much ~weight. Yet even then 23 2, 38 | seems that no one ought to carry on war by laying ambushes.~ 24 2, 38 | faithful, it is lawful to ~carry on a war on holy days, provided 25 2, 45 | life, since they do not carry that counsel into effect. ~ 26 2, 63 | that they should not always carry out their threats, that 27 2, 64 | him (for instance, if he carry off his daughter or his ~ 28 2, 75 | instance, if the seller carry wheat to a place where ~ 29 2, 76 | itself. This debt does not carry with it a civil obligation, ~ 30 2, 85 | so that he may be able to carry out whatever is necessary 31 2, 94 | saints at one's neck, or to carry them about one ~in any way 32 2, 130 | whereby a man refuses to carry out the ~command of his 33 2, 135 | persevere ~and begins to carry out his choice by persisting 34 2, 178 | things, nor do ~they ever carry with them the shadows of 35 2, 178 | contemplatives do not carry along with them the shadows 36 2, 180 | whether ~they no longer carry with them the shadows of 37 2, 182 | people ~and compelled to carry the sins of many, remains 38 2, 184 | brought ~nothing, and will carry nothing away, we must not 39 2, 185 | either monks or ~clerics to carry on secular business from 40 2, 186 | were sent to preach not to carry these things on ~the way, 41 3, 1 | justice in order to know ~and carry out everything needful. 42 3, 5 | in Christ, that He might carry through the work of our ~ 43 3, 13 | Therefore He could not carry out the purpose of His will 44 3, 13 | Therefore He could not carry out the purpose of His will 45 3, 13 | Therefore He ~could not carry out the purpose of His will 46 3, 14 | its penalties in order to carry out the work of our ~redemption, 47 3, 21 | and not as man was able to carry out all He ~wished, since 48 3, 40 | commanded the paralytic ~to carry his bed on the Sabbath-day, 49 3, 64 | minister] of some man were to carry ~alms to the poor with a 50 3, 68 | the hands of those that carry them (yet ~from these too, 51 3, 72 | because it suffices to carry man through every step ~ 52 3, 82 | layman or to ~a woman to carry it to the sick: The synod 53 Suppl, 37| Sent. iv, ~D, 24) that they carry the vessels of our Lord' 54 Suppl, 37| epistle; and subdeacons carry the cross before the Pope. 55 Suppl, 37| light which the acolytes carry signifies the ~light of 56 Suppl, 37| and in like ~manner to carry the cross. Moreover, this 57 Suppl, 37| touch Christ's body, ~but to carry the body on the paten, and 58 Suppl, 62| the judge, it is lawful to carry it out without any further 59 Suppl, 69| prays that the angels may carry the departed soul to Abraham' 60 Suppl, 71| he would be ~enabled to carry it better, and yet his load 61 Suppl, 72| OBJ 4: That fire will not carry out the sentence of the 62 Suppl, 86| Whether the demons will carry out the Judge's sentence 63 Suppl, 86| Whether the demons will carry out the sentence of the 64 Suppl, 86| that the demons will not carry out the sentence of ~the 65 Suppl, 86| day the demons will not carry out the Judge's sentence.~


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