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stricture 2
strife 72
strifes 9
strike 49
striker 11
strikes 20
strikest 2
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49 possessing
49 safeguard
49 stood
49 strike
49 willingly
48 163
48 accuser
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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strike

   Part, Question
1 1, 64 | temporal effects, so as to ~strike terror into them." For had 2 1, 65 | temporal effects, so as to ~strike terror into them." For had 3 2, 4 | right course in ~order to strike the target.~Aquin.: SMT 4 2, 7 | fast or slowly; that he strike hard or gently, and so forth.~ 5 2, 16 | the use of a stick is to ~strike. Now we apply to an operation 6 2, 16 | things, ~as a stick, to strike. But it is evident that 7 2, 16 | to walk; their horns, to strike. Therefore it is possible 8 2, 74 | thoughts also, and we should strike our breasts ~and say: 'Forgive 9 2, 76 | for instance, if a man strike someone, ~knowing that it 10 2, 76 | will defend himself and strike him back, and that if he 11 2, 87 | a more grievous sin to ~strike the sovereign than a private 12 2, 105 | sown; and there they shall strike off the head of the ~heifer."~ 13 2, 2 | Lord (Mt. 5:39): "If one strike thee on one [Vulg.: 'thy 14 2, 2 | war, a man be armed, or strike another with his sword, 15 2, 39 | strifes are when persons strike one another through anger." ~ 16 2, 59 | it is a greater injury to strike a prince than a ~private 17 2, 59 | neighbor; for instance if a man strike, that he be struck back. 18 2, 62 | when He was struck did not ~strike [Vulg.: 'When He suffered, 19 2, 62 | it becomes not clerics to strike or kill: for ministers should ~ 20 2, 62 | Ex. 21:22): "If . . . one strike a woman ~with child, and 21 2, 63 | is lawful for parents to strike their children, or masters ~ 22 2, 63 | unlawful for parents to strike their children, or ~masters 23 2, 63 | Therefore neither should parents strike ~their children, nor masters 24 2, 63 | unlawful for parents to strike their children.~Aquin.: 25 2, 63 | is lawful for parents to strike their children for the sake ~ 26 2, 63 | lawful for any person to ~strike anyone, which is clearly 27 2, 63 | from a child, for if thou strike him with the rod, he shall 28 2, 63 | not lawful for a man to strike another, unless he have ~ 29 2, 63 | a ~parent can lawfully strike his child, and a master 30 2, 63 | a ~more grievous sin to strike or injure a person in authority 31 2, 70 | Just as it is lawful to strike a person, or damnify him 32 2, 70 | Lord's precept, "If one strike thee on thy right cheek, 33 2, 121 | since it belongs to anger to strike at the cause of sorrow, 34 2, 134 | shall the heat nor ~the sun strike them." Therefore patience 35 2, 145 | for debates and strife and strike ~with the fist wickedly." 36 2, 183 | judgment, "and shall begin ~to strike his fellow-servants," which 37 2, 186 | resist evil; but if one strike thee on the ~right cheek, 38 3, 87 | for our slight sins we strike our breasts, and say: Forgive ~ 39 Suppl, 13| is a greater offense to ~strike a prince than anyone else. 40 Suppl, 24| absence; (5) if a ~religious strike a religious, unless he strike 41 Suppl, 24| strike a religious, unless he strike him very grievously; (6) ~ 42 Suppl, 51| unlawful. For if a ~man were to strike his father with an iron 43 Suppl, 51| part; but if a man ~were to strike his father, thinking to 44 Suppl, 51| his father, thinking to strike his son to correct him, 45 Suppl, 60| her. Now if the husband ~strike a cleric whom he found with 46 Suppl, 60| for it is never lawful to strike one's mother, whereas it 47 Suppl, 60| is ~sometimes lawful to strike one's wife. But matricide 48 Suppl, 72| on which the rays will strike ~But this again does not 49 Suppl, 96| ordinately, rather do they strike at ~themselves by their


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