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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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thousand

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | certain that a hundred or a thousand would be saved; not ~however 2 1, 50 | thousands times a hundred thousand stood ~before Him."~Aquin.: 3 1, 61 | Ep. ad Tit. i, 2): "Six thousand years of our ~time have 4 1, 51 | thousands times a hundred thousand stood ~before Him."~Aquin.: 5 1, 62 | Ep. ad Tit. i, 2): "Six thousand years of our ~time have 6 1, 91 | that "Christ filled five thousand men with five loaves, in 7 1, 111 | text of Dan. 7:10: "Ten thousand times a hundred thousand 8 1, 111 | thousand times a hundred thousand stood before ~Him." Therefore 9 1, 111 | the words added, ~"and ten thousand times a hundred thousand 10 1, 111 | thousand times a hundred thousand assisted Him." This ~explanation 11 1, 111 | multiplication, to signify ~"a thousand times a thousand." And because 12 1, 111 | signify ~"a thousand times a thousand." And because ten times 13 1, 111 | ten times a hundred is a ~thousand, if it were said "ten times 14 1, 111 | said "ten times a hundred thousand" it would mean ~that there 15 1, 111 | since it is written ~"ten thousand times a hundred thousand," 16 1, 111 | thousand times a hundred thousand," we are given to understand 17 1, 111 | namely ten, a hundred, and a thousand, as Dionysius remarks in 18 2, 13 | about ~three and twenty thousand men" (Ex. 32:28), and threatened 19 2, 62 | Levites slay twenty-three thousand men ~on account of the worship 20 2, 71 | continue with thee, more than a thousand treasures ~precious and 21 2, 94 | Christ. ii, 20) that "a ~thousand vain observances are comprised 22 2, 95 | the sin of idolatry three thousand men of their number were ~ 23 2, 95 | Vulgate has ~"twenty-three thousand."], whereas for the sin 24 2, 145 | whereof our Lord fed four thousand men with seven ~loaves, 25 2, 185 | sooner granted than ten thousand ~prayers of the contemptuous": 26 3, 66 | on one day baptized three thousand, and ~on another, five thousand ( 27 3, 66 | thousand, and ~on another, five thousand (Acts 2,4). Therefore the 28 3, 66 | read that on one day three thousand believed, and on ~another 29 3, 66 | believed, and on ~another five thousand: or through there being 30 3, 66 | to have ~baptized three thousand on the very day of Pentecost 31 Suppl, 25| perhaps a distance of a thousand days' journey: because the 32 Suppl, 71| that Judas "sent twelve ~thousand drachms of silver to Jerusalem . . . 33 Suppl, 74| and reigned with Christ a thousand years." ~And "the rest of 34 Suppl, 74| dead lived not till the thousand years were ~finished." Therefore 35 Suppl, 74| with Christ on earth for a ~thousand years; whence they were 36 Suppl, 74| unto death. The number of a thousand years ~denotes not a fixed 37 Suppl, 74| which He commanded to a thousand," i.e. all, "generations."~ 38 Suppl, 74| they should feed her'] a thousand two hundred sixty days." 39 Suppl, 74| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The thousand two hundred sixty days mentioned 40 Suppl, 85| month, year, century, or thousand years as ~Augustine says


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