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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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foreign

   Part, Question
1 1, 50 | power. It is, however, quite foreign to the custom of the Scriptures 2 1, 59 | infinite goodness is quite foreign to the nature of ~any created 3 1, 62 | This, however, is quite foreign to the idea of beatitude; 4 1, 51 | power. It is, however, quite foreign to the custom of the Scriptures 5 1, 60 | infinite goodness is quite foreign to the nature of ~any created 6 1, 63 | This, however, is quite foreign to the idea of beatitude; 7 2, 1 | being useful. But jests are foreign to serious matter. ~Therefore 8 2, 35 | genus, that is, as ~it were, foreign to the notion conveyed by 9 2, 35 | through having something foreign to that ~genus indeed, but 10 2, 35 | of fire is applied to a foreign matter. In like manner we ~ 11 2, 35 | notion of sorrow to something foreign ~to it. This foreign matter 12 2, 35 | something foreign ~to it. This foreign matter may be taken on the 13 2, 35 | concerned for an object foreign to it either ~through one' 14 2, 35 | appetite." Wherefore the foreign element in the ~effect of 15 2, 35 | torpor," then we have the foreign element ~affecting both, 16 2, 35 | according to the diversity of foreign matter to which the notion 17 2, 50 | accident of any kind is foreign to them." But every habit 18 2, 99 | just cannot be anything foreign to ~the ceremonial and judicial 19 2, 107 | objects, not ~as to something foreign but as to something of their 20 2, 80 | whereas the consideration of foreign matters that ~distract the 21 2, 174 | the other epistles in a foreign, namely the Greek, idiom; ~ 22 2, 174 | in his own, but not in a foreign ~tongue. Even so they were 23 2, 184 | former are ~rejected as foreign to us, the latter are cut 24 3, 35 | was born, as it were, in a foreign place - foreign not to ~ 25 3, 35 | were, in a foreign place - foreign not to ~His power, but to 26 3, 36 | who came from a distant foreign land ~to a kingdom that 27 3, 59 | time, and which are not foreign to the Divine ~judgment, 28 3, 60 | which is hidden, seems ~foreign to the nature of a sign; 29 3, 66 | the liquor ~be of a nature foreign to water; in this we may 30 3, 66 | such a one with a mind so foreign to faith as to baptize ~ 31 3, 76 | place through the medium of foreign dimensions, so that, on 32 3, 77 | own accidents and others foreign to it. Nor can it be maintained 33 Suppl, 52| may sell his slave into a foreign country, ~where the latter' 34 Suppl, 72| to be cleansed when any foreign matter ~that depreciates 35 Suppl, 72| elements that something ~of a foreign nature is mingled with them, 36 Suppl, 72| having an admixture of ~a foreign nature, which in itself 37 Suppl, 72| elements to the admixture of a foreign matter. Thirdly, because ~ 38 Suppl, 72| from us), but only in a foreign matter: and in this ~respect 39 Suppl, 72| has an admixture of some ~foreign matter it will be possible 40 Suppl, 72| former has some admixture of foreign ~matter. And this will of 41 Suppl, 94| it is introduced into a foreign matter by art and force. ~ 42 Suppl, 94| its own matter, or is in a foreign matter, not by force but ~ 43 Suppl, 94| like manner in certain foreign matters it does not shine,


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