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garb 2
garden 7
garizim 1
garment 40
garments 34
garritu 1
garrulous 1
Frequency    [«  »]
40 fly
40 forces
40 fortune
40 garment
40 governs
40 implicitly
40 lessen
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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garment

   Part, Question
1 1, 28 | instance, a tunic and a garment; but not if they differ 2 1, 37 | this man is clothed with a garment," the ablative is to be ~ 3 1, 37 | formal cause, although the garment is ~not the form. Now it 4 1, 69 | clothe it, as it were, with a garment. Thus, therefore, in either 5 1, 37 | this man is clothed with a garment," the ablative is to be ~ 6 1, 37 | formal cause, although the garment is ~not the form. Now it 7 1, 70 | clothe it, as it were, with a garment. Thus, therefore, in either 8 2, 37 | As a moth doth by a garment, and a worm by the wood: 9 2, 86 | with another body, e.g. ~a garment, gold or silver, or the 10 2, 99 | thou take of thy neighbor a garment in ~pledge, thou shalt give 11 2, 101 | Thou shalt not wear a garment that is woven of two sorts"; 12 2, 102 | done: for instance that a garment should not be made of wool ~ 13 2, 102 | leprosy, ~whereby a house or a garment was deemed to be unclean: 14 2, 102 | the leprosy ~of a linen garment signified an evil life arising 15 2, 102 | the leprosy of a woolen garment denoted the wickedness of ~ 16 2, 102 | Thou shalt not wear a garment that is ~woven of two sorts": 17 2, 102 | Thou shalt not wear a garment that is woven of woolen 18 2, 102 | prohibition of wearing a garment ~woven of woolen and linen 19 2, 105 | take of thy ~neighbor a garment in pledge, thou shalt give 20 2, 145 | they are compared to an old garment." Hence ~while Christ was 21 3, 2 | by putting on man, as a garment, which is the third opinion; ~ 22 3, 2 | likened to a habit, i.e. ~a garment, not indeed in regard to 23 3, 2 | nature, as a man by his garment, and also ~inasmuch as the 24 3, 2 | and also ~inasmuch as the garment is changed, for it is shaped 25 3, 2 | form on ~account of the garment. So likewise the human nature 26 3, 3 | nature is, as it were, a ~garment, although this similitude 27 3, 25 | closely united to us than any garment; for they belong to man' 28 3, 39 | being clothed with the ~garment of incorruptibility" - namely, 29 3, 40 | that "the same John had his garment of camel's hair and ~a leathern 30 3, 43 | touch but the hem of His garment: and as many as touched 31 3, 43 | should heal than the hem of a garment . . . When, ~however, He 32 3, 66 | unfitting to bestow a white garment on those who have been ~ 33 3, 66 | Reply OBJ 3: This white garment is given, not as though 34 3, 71 | baptized are given a white garment to signify the newness of 35 3, 80 | touched the hem ~of His garment were healed." Therefore, 36 3, 89 | commanded that the first garment should be restored to him, 37 Suppl, 29| then "to the ~skirt of his garment."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 38 Suppl, 40| by the sandals, the linen garment by the alb, the belt by 39 Suppl, 40| girdle, the ~long or talaric garment by the tunic, the ephod 40 Suppl, 71| Dei i, 13): "If a father's garment and ring, and whatever such


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