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salable 6
salamander 2
salary 1
sale 48
sales 3
saliva 2
sallust 11
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48 pleasurable
48 publicly
48 raise
48 sale
48 solemnity
48 succor
48 terminated
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sale

   Part, Question
1 2, 105 | needs, by ~allowing the sale of possessions to avail 2 2, 10 | he had been bought for sale, then he should be offered 3 2, 10 | he should be offered for ~sale within three months. Nor 4 2, 75 | but on the loss which the ~sale brings on the seller. And 5 2, 75 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a sale is rendered unlawful through 6 2, 75 | 1: It would seem that a sale is not rendered unjust and 7 2, 75 | its substance. Yet the ~sale of a thing does not seem 8 2, 75 | will it be an ~unlawful sale if the thing be defective 9 2, 75 | thing sold, it seems that ~a sale is not rendered unlawful 10 2, 75 | most buyers. Therefore a sale is ~not rendered unlawful 11 2, 75 | guilty of a ~fraudulent sale, so that the sale is rendered 12 2, 75 | fraudulent sale, so that the sale is rendered unlawful. Hence 13 2, 75 | guilty of fraud, and the sale is illicit. Hence it is ~ 14 2, 75 | is guilty of a fraudulent sale, and the sale, in ~consequence, 15 2, 75 | fraudulent sale, and the sale, in ~consequence, is illicit.~ 16 2, 75 | man guilty of a fraudulent sale, but ~he is also bound to 17 2, 75 | of ~gold and silver, the sale thereof is fraudulent and 18 2, 75 | of the goods offered for sale. Now ~judgment about a thing 19 2, 75 | of the goods he ~has for sale, he prevents their sale: 20 2, 75 | sale, he prevents their sale: wherefore Tully (De Offic. 21 2, 75 | this unhealthy ~horse for sale?'" Therefore the seller 22 2, 75 | faults of things offered for sale. Now one is not bound to 23 2, 75 | faults of what he offers for ~sale, as though he were counseling 24 2, 75 | of what one offers ~for sale, this would only be in order 25 2, 75 | seller who offers goods for ~sale, gives the buyer an occasion 26 2, 75 | not make ~them known, the sale will be illicit and fraudulent, 27 2, 75 | of ~the goods offered for sale be hidden, judgment of them 28 2, 75 | goods one is offering for sale, because if he were to ~ 29 2, 75 | contrary, he buys not for sale but for possession, and 30 2, 84 | way of gift or by way of sale.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] A[ 31 2, 85 | transferred to another person by sale; sometimes they are due 32 2, 98 | cannot be due matter for sale if the vendor is ~not the 33 2, 98 | Para. 3/4~Thirdly, because sale is opposed to the source 34 2, 98 | yet the ~Gospel is not for sale, nor is a livelihood the 35 2, 98 | he has accepted), but a sale of the very use of ~a spiritual 36 2, 98 | advice, since this is ~not a sale of truth or science, but 37 2, 98 | this would amount to a sale ~of the truth, and consequently 38 2, 98 | such things, ~because the sale thereof implies the sale 39 2, 98 | sale thereof implies the sale of things spiritual. Other ~ 40 2, 98 | be the matter of a lawful sale.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 41 2, 98 | be the matter of a direct sale, nor can it ~be granted " 42 2, 116 | setteth even his own soul to sale." Tully also says ~(De Offic. 43 2, 116 | setteth his own soul to sale"; ~because, to wit, he exposes 44 Suppl, 43| present. For a subsequent sale ~does not void a previous 45 Suppl, 43| does not void a previous sale. Therefore neither should 46 Suppl, 51| is a contract even as a ~sale is. Now in buying and selling 47 Suppl, 51| in buying and selling the sale is not voided if one coin 48 Suppl, 52| his wife. Therefore such a sale should not hold as to ~the


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