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undividedly 1
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40 teacher
40 thousand
40 tomb
40 undivided
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40 vary
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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undivided

   Part, Question
1 1, 6 | essences of simple things are undivided both actually and ~potentially, 2 1, 6 | essences of compounds are undivided only actually; ~and therefore 3 1, 11 | division; for "one" means undivided "being." This is the very ~ 4 1, 11 | compound. But what is simple is undivided, both actually and ~potentially. 5 1, 11 | substance of "being" as undivided, thought that the same ~ 6 1, 11 | from being another way undivided; as what is divided in number, ~ 7 1, 11 | divided in number, ~may be undivided in species; thus it may 8 1, 11 | Still, if it is absolutely undivided, ~either because it is so 9 1, 11 | accidents; or because it is undivided actually, ~and divided potentially, 10 1, 11 | the other hand, if it be undivided accidentally, and ~divided 11 1, 11 | were divided in essence and undivided in ~idea or in principle 12 1, 11 | it is opposed as the ~undivided is to the divided; and is 13 1, 11 | way of privation; as the undivided is to the ~thing divided.~ 14 1, 11 | multitude so far as ~they are undivided, in which way they are opposed 15 1, 11 | that, Since "one" is an undivided being, if anything is ~supremely " 16 1, 11 | supremely being, and supremely undivided. Now ~both of these belong 17 1, 11 | undetermined. But He is supremely ~undivided inasmuch as He is divided 18 1, 23 | which in itself is one and undivided, should be manifested in 19 1, 29 | individual in itself is undivided, ~but is distinct from others. 20 1, 30 | 1]); for "one" signifies undivided being. So, of whatever ~ 21 1, 30 | say "one," we imply its undivided reality: thus, for instance, " 22 1, 30 | applied to man signifies the undivided nature or substance of a 23 1, 30 | those things as being each undivided in itself.~Aquin.: SMT FP 24 1, 30 | one" signifies the essence undivided; and ~when we say the person 25 1, 30 | it signifies the person undivided; and ~when we say the persons 26 1, 40 | the common essence remains undivided; but the distinguishing 27 1, 59 | concupiscible, but remains undivided; and it is called the ~will.~ 28 1, 40 | the common essence remains undivided; but the distinguishing 29 1, 60 | concupiscible, but remains undivided; and it is called the ~will.~ 30 1, 84 | indivisible, since actually it is ~undivided, although potentially divisible: 31 1, 92 | says that "an image is the undivided and united likeness of one ~ 32 2, 37 | it, because it required ~undivided attention."~Aquin.: SMT 33 3, 38 | John had died, so that the undivided allegiance of the ~multitude 34 3, 76 | whether they be actually undivided, but potentially divisible. 35 3, 76 | quantity ~remains actually undivided, neither is the substance 36 3, 77 | fact ~that that other is undivided in itself, and distinct 37 Suppl, 44| involving living together in ~undivided partnership."] For it is 38 Suppl, 44| together [consuetudinem] in undivided ~partnership" should have 39 Suppl, 80| each of them was a being ~undivided in itself and distinct from 40 Suppl, 80| reason of its having being undivided in itself, for it ~would


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