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41 mingled
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41 osee
41 owner
41 ox
41 pharisees
41 possibility
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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owner

   Part, Question
1 2, 2 | kept to the ~hurt of the owner"; and the same may be said 2 2, 20 | shall be stoned, and his owner ~also shall be put to death." 3 2, 94 | should be restored to their owner. Now ~this is true for the 4 2, 94 | against the will of its owner, whereas it is in this that ~ 5 2, 100 | to give it back to its owner. In the same way there are 6 2, 105 | animal should die while ~the owner is present, the borrower 7 2, 105 | deposited are lost, the owner is to stand by the oath 8 2, 105 | should return to their former owner, so as to avoid confusion 9 2, 105 | transference of goods by the owner. ~There was a purely gratuitous 10 2, 105 | consideration: because then the owner received a certain price 11 2, 105 | bound to restore to the owner what was left of the animal 12 2, 105 | these offenses. Hence the owner was more ~severely punished 13 2, 105 | the roads. Secondly, the owner of the heifer was ~indemnified 14 2, 105 | should be brought back to the owner if they be found ~going 15 2, 30 | danger, he must ask the owner's consent, and then succor ~ 16 2, 59 | of returning it to its ~owner. If he grant the use of 17 2, 60 | be kept for him, and the owner should be advised of the 18 2, 60 | against the will of the owner, as in theft and robbery: ~ 19 2, 60 | with the consent of the owner, as in the case of a loan: 20 2, 60 | of another against the owner's will, is to deprive him 21 2, 61 | ecclesiastical superior is not the owner, ~with power to give them 22 2, 62 | sake, but on account of the owner's loss. On the other hand 23 2, 63 | with the consent of the owner ~of the member, because 24 2, 63 | with the consent of the owner of the member, to cut away 25 2, 64 | bound to give half to the owner of the land, if the treasure 26 2, 64 | of ~returning it to the owner who does not look upon such 27 2, 64 | against the ~will of the owner. And if a person take such 28 2, 75 | than ~it is worth to the owner. Yet if the one man derive 29 2, 75 | crier, instructed by the owner, to cry: 'I offer this unhealthy ~ 30 2, 76 | accept a thing which its owner ~freely gives him. Now he 31 2, 76 | borrow money which ~the owner is unwilling to lend without 32 2, 98 | if the vendor is ~not the owner thereof, as appears from 33 2, 98 | in a way, that he is the owner of a ~spiritual gift; and 34 2, 98 | are not his as master and owner. Therefore, were ~he to 35 2, 98 | has acquired ~against the owner's will. For instance, if 36 2, 187 | an ass fall into it, the owner of the pit shall pay the 37 3, 44 | inflict" any hurt on the owner, if He ~choose to make use 38 Suppl, 6 | another's property against the owner's ~will is contrary to a 39 Suppl, 8 | property, even against the owner's will, in order to supply 40 Suppl, 52| produce belongs to ~the owner of the land. Now the woman' 41 Suppl, 55| of which he was not the owner. Therefore by length ~of


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