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42 impeded
42 jewish
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42 myself
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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limbs

   Part, Question
1 1, 71 | they have more distinct limbs, and ~generation of a higher 2 1, 72 | iii), but because their limbs are more distinct and ~their 3 1, 71 | they have more distinct limbs, and ~generation of a higher 4 1, 71 | iii), but because their limbs are more distinct and ~their 5 1, 98 | strength in the use of their ~limbs, they would often have been 6 1, 98 | deprived of the use of their limbs.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[99] A[ 7 1, 98 | strength for the use of their limbs immediately after birth. 8 1, 98 | not ~be apt for moving the limbs. On the other hand, no Catholic 9 1, 98 | Divine power, the use of its limbs ~immediately after birth.~ 10 1, 98 | impossible to find in the human ~limbs anything repugnant to man' 11 1, 98 | it impossible ~for those limbs to fail in executing the 12 1, 98 | strength for the use of their limbs for the purpose of performing 13 1, 98 | animals have the use of their limbs ~immediately after birth, 14 1, 100 | regarding the use of their limbs (Q[99], A[1]).~Aquin.: SMT 15 1, 113 | human body can receive ~the limbs of a beast by means of a 16 2, 6 | when a man contorts his limbs in a way ~contrary to their 17 2, 6 | of one who ~contorts his limbs in a way that is contrary 18 2, 18 | because the will uses the ~limbs to act as instruments; nor 19 2, 35 | down so much, that even the limbs become ~motionless, which 20 2, 38 | to the outward senses and limbs, rather than to the ~interior 21 2, 38 | Sleep restores the tired limbs to labor, refreshes ~the 22 2, 54 | whereas, if we take the limbs, i.e. the hands, ~feet, 23 2, 58 | contradiction whatever: such are the limbs of the body, provided they ~ 24 2, 59 | virtue directs the bodily ~limbs to their due external acts, 25 2, 77 | man to an epileptic, whose limbs move in ~a manner contrary 26 2, 1 | the articulations of the limbs. Likewise, in the Greek 27 2, 34 | is inflamed, while the ~limbs are chilled, there is frenzy 28 2, 93 | the sudden movements of limbs, ~this belongs in general 29 2, 143 | a man having his bodily limbs well proportioned, ~together 30 2, 145 | spread about through the limbs (to which result the heat 31 3, 19 | give hale steps to ~sickly limbs, wholly unable to walk on 32 3, 25 | from its contact with the limbs of Christ, and from its ~ 33 3, 25 | the contact of Christ's limbs we worship not ~only the 34 3, 29 | brought ~forth the infant's limbs out of the virginal womb 35 3, 82 | the wasting away of his limbs.~ 36 3, 83 | of the extremities of the limbs denotes cleansing from ~ 37 Suppl, 66| one who is deformed in his limbs, or bound to do ~penance 38 Suppl, 76| body to return to the same limbs, in ~which they were perfected 39 Suppl, 79| maimed and deprived of their ~limbs will not be without those 40 Suppl, 79| will not be without those limbs in the resurrection of the 41 Suppl, 83| forgiven. Now the lack of limbs that ~results from mutilation, 42 Suppl, 83| without the loss ~of any limbs." Therefore the wicked will


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