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leaven 9
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49 immersion
49 imperfectum
49 leading
49 leaves
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49 non-being
49 perceives
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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leaves

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | is applied to God; but it leaves the ~thing signified as 2 1, 14 | to those who ~measure it, leaves always something more to 3 1, 40 | relations from the persons leaves ~the hypostases distinct?~( 4 1, 70 | are inanimate. Augustine leaves the matter in doubt, ~without 5 1, 40 | relations from the persons leaves ~the hypostases distinct?~( 6 1, 71 | are inanimate. Augustine leaves the matter in doubt, ~without 7 1, 82 | Aristotle (Ethic. vi, 2) leaves ~it in doubt whether choice 8 1, 108 | with Divine wisdom, which leaves nothing ~inordinate, which " 9 1, 112 | entirely, but sometimes he leaves him in some particular, ~ 10 1, 118 | individual, so that it never leaves ~that matter until the ultimate 11 2, 4 | question (Ethic. x, 4), ~and leaves it unsolved. But if one 12 2, 18 | privatum esse], and this leaves nothing, but takes all away: 13 2, 18 | since this sort of privation leaves ~something, it is not always 14 2, 18 | take away all good, but ~leaves some. Consequently there 15 2, 35 | at the beginning, when it leaves the term ~that is unsuitable 16 2, 42 | that cannot ~be remedied leaves no hope of escape. Therefore 17 2, 69 | will bear fruit, when the leaves begin to appear, and another, 18 2, 74 | but ~when the disorder leaves this untouched, the sin 19 2, 79 | obstacle in a body, it leaves it in darkness, as happens 20 2, 81 | Enchiridion xlvi, ~xlvii, and leaves it unsolved. Yet if we look 21 2, 96 | government of ~states, allows and leaves unpunished many things that 22 2, 108 | rock." But a wise builder leaves out nothing that is ~necessary 23 2, 113 | movement the moving body leaves the term "whence" and nears 24 2, 18 | fear in heaven, although he leaves the ~question doubtful. " 25 2, 23 | For ~whosoever says this, leaves the road before coming to 26 2, 25 | father and mother. For no man leaves a thing for another unless 27 2, 61 | upraises one by grace, and leaves the other in sin, according 28 2, 75 | other hand the Divine law leaves nothing unpunished that 29 2, 98 | unproductive without the other, leaves neither unsold. Wherefore 30 2, 106 | there are no ~green leaves on the bough of good works, 31 2, 115 | to himself, ~so that he leaves for himself the lesser things." 32 2, 152 | pleasures, because this ~leaves its trace and inclination 33 2, 183 | order to avoid ~danger, leaves the flock without endangering 34 3, 2 | demands mere copulation, and ~leaves unsaid the end of the copulation; 35 3, 46 | thereof is now tender, and the leaves come forth, you ~know that 36 Suppl, 14| been done; thus fasting leaves the body weak, and almsdeeds 37 Suppl, 14| when a work of satisfaction leaves behind ~no effect in the 38 Suppl, 23| whoever communicates with him leaves the communion of the ~Church: 39 Suppl, 43| when one of the ~parties leaves for a distant country, because 40 Suppl, 47| compelled by fear, fear leaves a sin, for ~it makes him 41 Suppl, 59| Whether the believer who leaves his unbelieving wife can 42 Suppl, 59| seem that the believer who leaves his unbelieving wife ~cannot 43 Suppl, 59| Therefore a believer who ~leaves his unbelieving wife cannot 44 Suppl, 69| incurs no dishonor when he leaves the throne, for ~though 45 Suppl, 70| Anima xv): "When the ~soul leaves the body it derives pleasure 46 Suppl, 71| Divine providence, which leaves nothing inordinate in the 47 Suppl, 77| safe-keeping ~of the other parts as leaves to cover fruit; and thus 48 Suppl, 80| in a place, nevertheless leaves a place ~vacant. Now a vacuum 49 Suppl, 84| down in the book: and sin leaves its mark upon the conscience


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