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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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broad

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | For wide is the ~gate, and broad the way that leadeth to 2 2, 33 | commandment is exceeding broad." ~But pleasure is a distinct 3 2, 68 | are called virtues, in the broad ~sense of the word. Nevertheless, 4 2, 68 | virtues understood in this broad way, in so far as they are 5 2, 71 | is written (Mt. 7:13): "Broad is the ~way that leadeth 6 2, 72 | specifically, using species in a broad sense, in so far as negation 7 2, 102 | cubits long, and as many broad . . . and three ~cubits 8 2, 41 | passage, scandal is ~used in a broad sense, to denote any kind 9 2, 45 | the word ~prudence in a broad sense for any human knowledge, 10 2, 45 | there takes science in the broad sense for any ~kind of right 11 2, 75 | many who walk along the broad road of sin.~Aquin.: SMT 12 2, 76 | fenerating is to be taken in a broad sense for ~lending, as in 13 2, 77 | and so ~taking both in a broad sense they may be venial 14 2, 79 | take the term religion in a broad sense, but not if ~we take 15 2, 108 | be called "iniquity" in a broad ~sense, in so far as it 16 2, 109 | the term "simulation" in a broad sense for ~any kind of pretense. 17 2, 121 | Ambrose takes fortitude in a broad sense, as denoting ~firmness 18 2, 126 | undertakings, with a certain broad and noble purpose of ~mind," 19 2, 132 | strict sense, ~and in a broad sense. Strictly "facere" 20 2, 132 | something of the kind; ~in a broad sense "facere" is employed 21 2, 132 | facere] being understood in a broad sense, it is not a ~special 22 2, 132 | facere] be taken in the broad ~sense, but not if it be 23 2, 132 | undertakings, with a certain broad and noble purpose of mind, ~ 24 2, 139 | must be taken here in its broad sense as ~synonymous with 25 2, 142 | a strict sense and in a ~broad sense. Taken strictly virtue 26 2, 142 | 2/2~Taken, however, in a broad sense virtue denotes whatever 27 2, 143 | must be taken here in its broad sense as synonymous with 28 2, 153 | however, we take virtue in a broad sense, for any principle 29 2, 156 | must be taken here in ~its broad sense as synonymous with 30 2, 160 | irascible understood in this broad ~sense is not distinct from 31 3, 83 | the third mass is sung in broad ~daylight, in the "Introit" 32 Suppl, 4 | meritorious work; yet, in a broad sense, the payment of the 33 Suppl, 37| Orders, taking these in a broad sense.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 34 Suppl, 71| damnation is taken in a broad sense for any ~kind of punishment, 35 Suppl, 79| Q[22], A[1]]. First in a broad sense, and thus every reception 36 Suppl, 89| ignorance is taken in a broad sense of any kind of nescience: 37 Suppl, 92| Espousal is taken there in a broad sense, for union without ~ 38 Suppl, 92| dowries taking these in a broad sense.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 39 Suppl, 93| martyrs ~takes fruit in a broad sense, according as any 40 Suppl, 93| This gloss takes fruit in a broad sense, according as any ~ 41 Suppl, 93| take the aureole in its ~broad sense for any joy added 42 Suppl, 93| quoted takes aureole in the broad sense for any reward given ~


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