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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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mingled

   Part, Question
1 1, 45 | the work of creation is mingled with the works of nature 2 1, 45 | 1/1~Whether creation is mingled with works of nature and 3 1, 45 | would seem that creation is mingled in works of nature and ~ 4 1, 76 | animated, and which is ~mingled with the blood; the other, 5 1, 46 | the work of creation is mingled with the works of nature 6 1, 46 | 1/1~Whether creation is mingled with works of nature and 7 1, 46 | would seem that creation is mingled in works of nature and ~ 8 1, 75 | animated, and which is ~mingled with the blood; the other, 9 1, 90 | because earth and water mingled are ~called slime, and for 10 1, 90 | heavenly body, and to be mingled with the elements, ~since 11 1, 110 | seem that an ~angel can be mingled with the human imagination, 12 2, 35 | Accidentally, however, sorrow is mingled with the pleasure of ~contemplation; 13 2, 35 | organ, sorrow or pain is mingled with apprehension, directly, 14 2, 35 | affliction or pain is indirectly ~mingled with contemplation.~Aquin.: 15 2, 35 | pain thus accidentally ~mingled with contemplation, contrary 16 2, 102 | as not to have some truth mingled with error, just ~as on 17 2, 47 | found with true, ~so is evil mingled with good, on account of 18 2, 75 | into ~dross, thy wine is mingled with water": because that 19 2, 93 | has a ~touch of religion mingled with it, for it is believed 20 2, 166 | 14:13, "Laughter shall be mingled with ~sorrow and mourning 21 3, 28 | time. For this reason He mingled ~wondrous with lowly things. 22 3, 31 | their hearts, although not mingled in the flesh; and ~that 23 3, 32 | except they be in some way ~mingled. But Christ's body was formed 24 3, 32 | the ~semen, which, being mingled with that of the male, has 25 3, 32 | plants, where both forces are mingled, there is no ~distinction 26 3, 74 | that, Water ought to be mingled with the wine which is offered ~ 27 3, 77 | Whether any liquid can be mingled with the consecrated wine?~ 28 3, 77 | seems that no liquid can be mingled with the consecrated wine, ~ 29 3, 77 | wine, ~because everything mingled with another partakes of 30 3, 77 | seems that no liquid can be mingled with the sacramental species 31 3, 77 | Therefore no liquid ~can be mingled with the consecrated wine.~ 32 3, 77 | some ~other liquid could be mingled with it.~Aquin.: SMT TP 33 3, 77 | into the blood, nor is it mingled with the blood, but, mixed 34 Suppl, 3 | Further, the more a thing is mingled with its contrary, the less ~ 35 Suppl, 4 | continual; for honey should be mingled with ~wormwood." Therefore 36 Suppl, 72| of a foreign nature is mingled with them, since the form 37 Suppl, 72| from one another, in others mingled ~together. But it does not 38 Suppl, 72| a creature, although not mingled with it as part of its ~ 39 Suppl, 77| surplus from food, either mingled with something belonging ~ 40 Suppl, 85| the ~good are meanwhile mingled with the wicked, so long 41 Suppl, 86| good and evil merits are mingled ~together. Now those who


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