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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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consumed

   Part, Question
1 1, 48 | removed, is at some time ~consumed, unless it is infinite, 2 1, 53 | said above: but ~they are consumed by the continuity of the 3 1, 68 | wherein all vapor must be consumed, the tendency in light and ~ 4 1, 49 | removed, is at some time ~consumed, unless it is infinite, 5 1, 54 | said above: but ~they are consumed by the continuity of the 6 1, 69 | wherein all vapor must be consumed, the tendency in light and ~ 7 1, 113 | heaven and at one blow consumed Job's servants and sheep; 8 1, 118 | silver to prevent its being consumed by fire.~Aquin.: SMT FP 9 1, 118 | the matter is ~gradually consumed, and other matter is substituted 10 1, 118 | first piece ~is entirely consumed, the same identical fire 11 1, 118 | that is renewed ~which was consumed by natural heat.~Aquin.: 12 2, 37 | which is ~depressed is not consumed; nay, it is weighed down 13 2, 37 | whereas that which is consumed enters within the consumer. 14 2, 102 | the victim was entirely consumed by fire: this was called " 15 2, 102 | suffered in the world; and consumed ~by fire on the cross as 16 2, 76 | and civil law which are consumed by being used, do not admit 17 2, 76 | or anything else that is consumed ~by being used, so also 18 2, 98 | the fruits which he ~has consumed, since he possessed them 19 2, 102 | regards being dried up or consumed. In ~like manner there are 20 2, 145 | and digestion of the food consumed, ~although it nourishes 21 2, 146 | with ~regard to the food consumed: and thus, as regards the 22 2, 172 | wood')] is wont to be consumed at the ~approach of fire, 23 3, 46 | with a sword and afterwards consumed by fire. Therefore it seems ~ 24 3, 82 | be reserved, it can be ~consumed by a lawful priest): but 25 3, 83 | before is reserved to be consumed on that day; but ~the blood 26 3, 83 | to be reserved, and not consumed ~at once.~Aquin.: SMT TP 27 3, 83 | their bodies. "The part ~consumed denotes those still walking 28 3, 83 | and body; while the part ~consumed means the others.~Aquin.: 29 3, 83 | preserved ~reverently, or consumed; because Christ's body is 30 Suppl, 72| 8) Whether men are to be consumed by that fire?~(9) Whether 31 Suppl, 72| the elements will not be consumed as to their substance.~Aquin.: 32 Suppl, 72| something that might be ~consumed by fire: whereas it will 33 Suppl, 72| mingling together to be consumed by fire. And ~these impurities 34 Suppl, 72| For a thing is said to be ~consumed when it is reduced to naught. 35 Suppl, 79| remained, since those flames consumed the ~wood, so will He remove 36 Suppl, 83| passible they will at length be consumed by the fire, and ~thus the 37 Suppl, 83| of the damned not being ~consumed by fire will be the Divine 38 Suppl, 83| body which at length is not consumed by fire"; although sometimes ~ 39 Suppl, 83| fire without being at last consumed, as do the bodies of ~the 40 Suppl, 94| for everything finite ~is consumed if something be continually 41 Appen1, 2| Now wood, hay, stubble are consumed in Purgatory. ~Therefore


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