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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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standing

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | unchangeableness and dominion; and as standing, on account of His ~power 2 1, 10 | apprehending the "now" ~standing still. When Augustine says 3 1, 18 | continuous current: ~for standing waters, that are not connected 4 1, 68 | either side, as ~a wall standing in the midst of a river. 5 1, 69 | either side, as ~a wall standing in the midst of a river. 6 1, 79 | soul, yet tends to them as standing under ~the universal; as 7 2, 3 | to say, by reason of its standing in relation ~to what it 8 2, 18 | in its genus," genus here standing for ~species, just as we 9 2, 18 | will be indifferent, as ~standing apart from the genus of 10 2, 71 | Nothing hinders one thing from standing above another ~simply, and 11 2, 102 | elevated"; and the seraphim standing by; and that the ~house 12 2, 51 | its own ~weakness in not standing to the good purpose it has 13 2, 61 | in relation to persons of standing, so that ~there is no respect 14 2, 61 | be wicked, are honored as standing in God's place, and as representing ~ 15 2, 68 | either side, and of equal standing, the accused should have 16 2, 68 | of ~witnesses, or their standing, or the favorableness of 17 2, 87 | that their oaths have no standing.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 18 2, 113 | flatter any person of higher ~standing, whether of one's own choice, 19 2, 122 | consists ~essentially in standing firmly to truth and justice 20 2, 127 | of ~mind, because "a firm standing is necessary in every virtue," 21 2, 135 | fortitude, in the point of standing firm against the difficulty 22 2, 147 | requisite in persons of greater standing?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[149] A[ 23 2, 147 | requisite in persons of ~greater standing. For old age gives a man 24 2, 147 | age gives a man a certain standing; wherefore ~honor and reverence 25 2, 147 | requisite in persons of standing.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[149] A[ 26 2, 147 | required in persons of high standing.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[149] A[ 27 2, 147 | requisite in persons of standing.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[149] A[ 28 2, 153 | takes its name from a man standing for the ~good of right reason, 29 2, 154 | negligence on account of his not standing firm in resisting the passion ~ 30 2, 181 | state" takes its name from ~"standing." Now a person is said to 31 2, 183 | distinction of sitting and standing be referred to ecclesiastical ~ 32 3, 22 | showed me the high-priest standing before the angel of the 33 3, 27 | the Blessed Virgin while standing ~by the cross, and observing 34 3, 55 | says that there were two standing. ~Consequently, the arguments 35 3, 55 | afterwards rose so as to be seen standing, as Luke relates."~ 36 3, 58 | 3: Further, sitting and standing savor of opposition. But 37 3, 58 | opened, and the Son of man ~standing on the right hand of God." 38 3, 58 | toil of combat saw ~Him standing whom He had as his helper. 39 3, 67 | minister of Christ, and as ~standing in His place; wherefore 40 3, 80 | be perpetual or of long ~standing, such as leprosy or issue 41 3, 80 | if perpetual or of long ~standing, do not hinder the receiving 42 3, 83 | sacrament, that the angel ~standing by at the Divine mysteries 43 3, 90 | the judgment of the priest standing in God's place, and this 44 Suppl, 67| as instanced by the sun standing still at the ~time of Josue, 45 Suppl, 80| even surrounded by others ~standing in its way. But this cannot 46 Suppl, 96| and the houses remained standing, the city was ~overthrown


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