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tergiversatio 1
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term 723
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44 throne
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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termed

   Part, Question
1 1, 22| execution of order, which is termed government. Of these, the 2 1, 51| aerial animals, ~which they termed demons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 3 1, 58| understanding and feeling are termed movements, as stated in 4 1, 58| knowledge ought ~not to be termed morning and evening knowledge.~ 5 1, 58| stands in its own ~nature, is termed evening knowledge; because 6 1, 58| to the life of glory, is termed darkness, ~according to 7 1, 59| general. Such inclination is termed ~"will." Accordingly, since 8 1, 59| will and to understand are termed movements of a kind; and 9 1, 62| good. And this is properly termed their morning knowledge.~ 10 1, 62| will towards God can be termed a ~conversion to God. And 11 1, 62| Reply OBJ 2: A thing can be termed useful in two ways. First 12 1, 63| possessing any created good be termed avarice, in ~this way avarice 13 1, 64| beatitude; ~hence it is termed "life everlasting." It is 14 1, 52| aerial animals, ~which they termed demons.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 15 1, 59| understanding and feeling are termed movements, as stated in 16 1, 59| knowledge ought ~not to be termed morning and evening knowledge.~ 17 1, 59| stands in its own ~nature, is termed evening knowledge; because 18 1, 59| to the life of glory, is termed darkness, ~according to 19 1, 60| general. Such inclination is termed ~"will." Accordingly, since 20 1, 60| will and to understand are termed movements of a kind; and 21 1, 63| good. And this is properly termed their morning knowledge.~ 22 1, 63| will towards God can be termed a ~conversion to God. And 23 1, 63| Reply OBJ 2: A thing can be termed useful in two ways. First 24 1, 64| possessing any created good be termed avarice, in ~this way avarice 25 1, 65| beatitude; ~hence it is termed "life everlasting." It is 26 2, 87| past events, and this is ~termed a "declaratory oath"; while 27 2, 87| something future, and this is termed a "promissory oath." ~But 28 3, 1 | man's ~satisfaction may be termed sufficient, imperfectly - 29 3, 7 | the grace of Christ can be termed infinite, ~since it is not 30 3, 8 | As the whole Church is termed one mystic body from its ~ 31 3, 46| something hurtful, and this is termed "sadness." And in Christ 32 3, 46| answer that, A whole is so termed with respect to its parts. 33 3, 52| Further, nothing can be termed whole when its parts are 34 3, 58| Father's ~bliss, which is termed His right hand, according 35 3, 60| which are not sensible are termed sacraments as ~it were, 36 3, 73| OBJ 3: A sacrament is so termed because it contains something ~ 37 3, 73| life, so the Eucharist is termed the sacrament of Charity, 38 3, 73| so neither is it properly termed a "Host."~Aquin.: SMT TP 39 3, 73| Passion of Christ; but it is termed a "Host" inasmuch as ~it 40 3, 75| conversion is ~properly termed transubstantiation.~Aquin.: 41 3, 77| Metaph. vii. But matter ~is termed sensible because it underlies 42 3, 79| viatoribus], and hence it is termed "Viaticum." ~Since, then, 43 3, 80| Testament some persons were termed ~polluted figuratively, 44 3, 83| denotes the ~Church, and is termed a church; and so it is fittingly


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