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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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fill

   Part, Question
1 1, 8 | contrary, It is written, "I fill heaven and earth." (Jer. 2 1, 8 | place, inasmuch ~as they fill place; and God fills every 3 1, 8 | for a body is said to fill place inasmuch as it excludes 4 1, 8 | being to the ~things that fill every place, He Himself 5 1, 12 | of all truth, He would so fill the ~natural desire of knowledge 6 1, 52 | same ~place, because they fill the place. But the angels 7 1, 52 | place. But the angels do not fill a place, ~because only a 8 1, 67 | generated large enough to fill the intervening ~hemisphere. 9 1, 53 | same ~place, because they fill the place. But the angels 10 1, 53 | place. But the angels do not fill a place, ~because only a 11 1, 68 | generated large enough to fill the intervening ~hemisphere. 12 1, 97 | Increase and multiply, and ~fill the earth." But this increase 13 2, 1 | for the last end so to fill man's appetite, that nothing 14 2, 2 | will glorify him; I ~will fill him with length of days, 15 2, 34 | Ps. ~15:11): "Thou shalt fill me with joy with Thy countenance; 16 2, 69 | Comforter. They "have their fill," even in this life, of 17 2, 69 | that ~they shall have their fill. Some, again, recede from 18 2, 69 | it is more to have one's fill than simply to be comforted, ~ 19 2, 87 | Matthew (verse 32) we ~read: "Fill ye up then the measure of 20 2, 102 | is written (Ex. 16:32): "Fill a gomor ~of it, and let 21 2, 23 | when it does not entirely fill the ~potentiality of matter: 22 2, 23 | the wayfarer does not ~so fill the potentiality of its 23 2, 64 | continues: "For he stealeth to fill his hungry ~soul." Secondly, 24 2, 150 | Increase and multiply, ~and fill the earth," express a precept 25 2, 156 | Will a wise man . . . fill his stomach with ~burning 26 2, 169 | praise of psalmody, and fill his mind with ~things to 27 2, 174 | etc.] . . . ~they shall fill the face of the world with 28 2, 174 | operation, ~not only to fill the mind with the prophetic 29 2, 175 | Unless the Holy Ghost fill the hearts ~of the hearers, 30 3, 11 | knowledge and counsel shall fill Him [*Vulg.: 'The ~Spirit 31 3, 41 | 4~Fourthly, in order to fill us with confidence in His 32 3, 47 | commenting on the words, "Fill ye up, then, ~the measure 33 3, 48 | sufferings for you, and fill up those things that are 34 3, 57 | the ~heavens that He might fill all things."~Aquin.: SMT 35 3, 57 | the heavens, that He might fill all ~things," that is, " 36 3, 76 | species, which have to fill the place either because 37 3, 80 | home, that is, let him fill himself with earthly bread, 38 Suppl, 80| fact that a body is able to fill a place belongs to it by 39 Suppl, 80| vacancy, that alone does not ~fill a place, which being put 40 Suppl, 80| subtlety notwithstanding, will fill a place: ~for it would seem 41 Suppl, 80| same place is ~more than to fill a place. For if we suppose 42 Suppl, 80| those dimensions do not fill a place. Hence some who 43 Suppl, 81| space, and then if this body fill some other ~equal space 44 Suppl, 88| offices: thus the sun and moon fill the places appointed to 45 Suppl, 91| deliverance, which will fill them with ~joy. And thus 46 Suppl, 93| Increase and multiply and fill the earth" (Gn. 1:28): nor 47 Suppl, 94| the damned, which will so fill the place of hell with their ~ 48 Suppl, 94| hell. Now those bodies will fill a place. ~Consequently,


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