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harbor 3
harborless 2
harbors 1
hard 48
hard-hearted 1
harden 1
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48 enlightens
48 fill
48 forthwith
48 hard
48 healthy
48 involuntariness
48 involve
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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hard

   Part, Question
1 1, 76 | adapted ~for cutting through hard material; but that the teeth 2 1, 75 | adapted ~for cutting through hard material; but that the teeth 3 1, 84 | such as being cold or hot, hard or soft, and the like: while 4 1, 88 | that "a habit ~is a quality hard to remove: yet sometimes 5 1, 90 | protruding mouth, with thick and hard lips, and also a hard ~tongue, 6 1, 90 | and hard lips, and also a hard ~tongue, so as to keep it 7 1, 96 | naturally ~passible as regards a hard body; therefore if a hard 8 1, 96 | hard body; therefore if a hard body had come in ~contact 9 1, 96 | suffering injury from a hard body; partly by the use 10 2, 7 | or slowly; that he strike hard or gently, and so forth.~ 11 2, 23 | or by making some evil hard to avoid. The ~result is 12 2, 28 | bound together, so as to be hard ~to pierce. But it belongs 13 2, 60 | while if we consider it as hard to attain, and as ~an object 14 2, 60 | other men, it does not seem hard to ~obtain, but is considered 15 2, 61 | bounds, which is a very hard thing to do, for this very 16 2, 76 | man is unwilling to work hard ~at his studies, the result 17 2, 79 | according to Ecclus. 3:27: "A hard heart shall fear evil at 18 2, 85 | knife, chooses a matter both hard and flexible, which can ~ 19 2, 91 | nobleman to be ~condemned to hard labor for some misdeed.~ 20 2, 105 | seems an unnecessarily ~hard prescription (Lev. 19:13) 21 2, 105 | thee, thou shalt not be hard ~upon them as an extortioner." 22 2, 105 | that there be among you a hard and doubtful matter in judgment . ~. . 23 2, 114 | lxx), "love makes all hard and repulsive tasks easy 24 2, 114 | done with a ~ready will is hard and difficult to all of 25 2, 114 | made his army to undergo hard service ~against Tyre . . . 26 2, 25 | first: for he ~must have a hard heart indeed, who not only 27 2, 76 | thee, thou shalt not be ~hard upon them as an extortioner, 28 2, 96 | him to do something too hard and unbearable. Therefore 29 2, 134 | this gloss is that it is hard to bear with ~those who 30 2, 135 | have walked through hard ways." Now some persevere 31 2, 137 | 1, wherein whatever is hard is ~the object of that fortitude 32 2, 148 | drunk, which would seem very hard.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[150] A[ 33 2, 180 | they chance to have any hard work to do ~they give way 34 2, 186 | not to be ~deterred by the hard noviciate of the desert, 35 3, 43 | as those are ~shown to be hard of heart who are unwilling 36 3, 45 | is ~this necessary when hard and rough is the road, heavy 37 3, 53 | nevertheless remain. Now it seems hard that David from whose ~seed 38 3, 53 | the ancient just would be hard to ~explain, 'that they 39 3, 61 | therefore, it should be ~too hard for man to be drawn away 40 3, 75 | hearing it said: 'this is a hard saying'": to whom He rejoined: " 41 3, 77 | that ~what emits sound is a hard body, having a smooth surface. 42 3, 89 | may accidentally find it hard to do an act of virtue, 43 Suppl, 1 | metaphorically rigid and hard: wherefore anyone is ~said 44 Suppl, 2 | the ~crushing of something hard and whole. Now this wholeness 45 Suppl, 2 | beside it: and since a hard thing is one that is disposed 46 Suppl, 2 | conteritur] which hitherto was ~hard and whole. Hence contrition 47 Suppl, 23| But since it seems very hard that a man should be ~guilty 48 Suppl, 36| mortal sins: which seems very hard.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[36] A[


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