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thefts 4
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their 6142
theirs 44
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them 5069
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44 specified
44 submit
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44 theirs
44 throne
44 uncertain
44 ungrateful
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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theirs

   Part, Question
1 1, 18 | since this movement of theirs is not from themselves but 2 1, 52 | quantity in the angels, for theirs is a virtual one. Consequently 3 1, 71 | special characters like to theirs, ~the words, "Let the waters 4 1, 53 | quantity in the angels, for theirs is a virtual one. Consequently 5 1, 71 | special characters like to theirs, ~the words, "Let the waters 6 1, 100 | right; and this knowledge of theirs would have been much ~more 7 1, 114 | this is a higher power than theirs. ~Therefore the effect of 8 2, 3 | Good: and this operation of theirs is one only ~and everlasting. 9 2, 69 | lay hands on what is not theirs, that they may abound in 10 2, 105 | account of ~any fault of theirs; but as a punishment to 11 2, 2 | simplicity, it is ~no fault of theirs.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[6] 12 2, 10 | but sin in every action of theirs.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 13 2, 10 | in some way. ~Therefore theirs is the graver sin.~Aquin.: 14 2, 13 | visit this sin . . . of theirs."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[14] A[ 15 2, 30 | bearing any other burdens of theirs with them, according to ~ 16 2, 37 | and touch ~nothing of theirs, lest you be involved in 17 2, 41 | those who take what is not ~theirs may lose themselves."~Aquin.: 18 2, 56 | we give them what is ~not theirs but ours. Therefore the 19 2, 64 | unbelievers have are not theirs, for Augustine says (Ep. 20 2, 95 | visit this sin also of ~theirs."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[97] A[ 21 2, 106 | matters without any fault of theirs, since man is unable to ~ 22 2, 122 | persecution for justice' sake, for theirs ~is the kingdom of heaven." 23 2, 171 | powers are drawn away from theirs; thus men who are very intent 24 2, 178 | stated above (Q[179], A[1]) theirs is said to be the ~contemplative 25 2, 185 | insist on it, but it is theirs by perfect ~right." The 26 3, 22 | is not quite the ~same as theirs, but differs therefrom as 27 3, 25 | to ~honor any relics of theirs in a fitting manner: principally 28 3, 31 | bones of the same nature as ~theirs. Now, flesh and bones in 29 3, 32 | the Son of God, because Theirs is one Nature and one ~Will."~ 30 3, 33 | though it was less than theirs at the first instant of 31 3, 47 | Lk. 23:34). ~Therefore theirs was not the most grievous 32 3, 67 | says, "the Baptism is not theirs," i.e. the ~baptizers', " 33 Suppl, 37| our Orders ~correspond to theirs; since in our hierarchy 34 Suppl, 66| greater concupiscence, theirs is not a so persistent concupiscence, 35 Suppl, 72| the ~triumph is already theirs!"~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[72] A[ 36 Suppl, 73| will not be ~the cause of theirs.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[76] A[ 37 Suppl, 74| they died again, so that theirs was a ~resuscitation (as 38 Suppl, 93| the ~lesser conflict, yet theirs is the greater conflict 39 Suppl, 95| will. Their natural will is theirs ~not of themselves but of 40 Suppl, 95| their deliberate will is theirs of themselves, inasmuch 41 Appen1, 1| it through no ~fault of theirs. Of the first he says that 42 Appen1, 1| that through no fault of theirs they are deprived thereof, 43 Appen1, 1| good through no fault of theirs, ~suffer none the less.~ 44 Appen1, 1| conscience, and consequently theirs would not be the mildest


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