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ruleth 4
ruling 33
ruminants 1
run 41
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runner 4
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41 resists
41 reveal
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41 secrets
41 seduction
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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run

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | Cor. 9:26): "I . . . so run, not as at an ~uncertainty." 2 1, 12 | do the same, saying: "So run that you may ~comprehend."~ 3 1, 18 | word "running" ~denotes "to run" in the abstract.~Aquin.: 4 1, 25 | ran, that he ~should not run. Therefore, when he has 5 1, 25 | Therefore, when he has run, God could effect that he 6 1, 25 | effect that he did ~not run.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[25] A[ 7 1, 54 | between "a ~race" and "to run," one of which signifies 8 1, 55 | between "a ~race" and "to run," one of which signifies 9 1, 82 | that runneth" - namely, to run. Therefore man has not ~ 10 1, 82 | does not wish or does not run of his free-will, but because 11 2, 4 | says (1 Cor. 9:24): "So run that you may ~comprehend [ 12 2, 42 | what they expected, they run away." Therefore sudden 13 2, 44 | but is more inclined to run away.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[44] 14 2, 55 | just as we are said to run by running; and thus we 15 2, 55 | merit, as we are said to run by the motive power; and 16 2, 66 | the other virtues if you ~run over them all in the same 17 2, 98 | written (Ps. 118:32): "I have run the way of Thy ~commandments, 18 2, 105 | others to be afraid ~and run away.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] 19 2, 109 | that runneth," namely to run, "but ~of God that showeth 20 2, 17 | trusteth that the Jordan may run into his mouth": this is ~ 21 2, 42 | this life? For one cannot run straight unless one knows 22 2, 42 | unless one knows whither to run. ~And how would one know 23 2, 75 | that the horse be strong, run ~well and so forth. Such 24 2, 116 | shed blood . . . and to run ~after gains through covetousness." 25 2, 156 | translation would then run thus . . . 'and nothing 26 2, 182 | unless one knows whither to run. And how shall we know this 27 2, 183 | afterwards (Prov. 6:3): "Run about, make haste, stir 28 2, 187 | draw water lest the river run dry. [*St. Thomas ~gives 29 2, 187 | wings as eagles, they shall ~run and not be weary, they shall 30 3, 15 | according to 1 ~Cor. 9:24: "So run that you may comprehend [ 31 3, 35 | twice": for a man is said to run twice whose running is ~ 32 3, 35 | For just as he is said to run twice who runs at two ~different 33 3, 39 | not wait ~till John had run his course, but appeared 34 3, 41 | Chrysostom. The translation would run thus: 'since ~rather is 35 3, 50 | fountain of life would have run dry. Accordingly, He ~experienced 36 Suppl, 42| concupiscence lest the latter run riot ~when held in too strict 37 Suppl, 79| movement since they "shall run to and fro like sparks among 38 Suppl, 81| Is. 40:31): "They shall run and not be ~weary, they 39 Suppl, 81| 3:7): "(The just) shall ~run to and fro like sparks among 40 Suppl, 82| shall ~shine, and shall run to and fro like sparks among 41 Suppl, 92| perfection of ~beatitude: "So run that you may comprehend" (


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