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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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fly

   Part, Question
1 1, 62 | impossible for a man to fly. In another way a ~thing 2 1, 68 | which reason the birds that fly in the air are called ~birds 3 1, 71 | life, and the fowl that may fly over the earth," do not 4 1, 71 | air, and so are said to fly "beneath the firmament," ~ 5 1, 63 | impossible for a man to fly. In another way a ~thing 6 1, 69 | which reason the birds that fly in the air are called ~birds 7 1, 71 | life, and the fowl that may fly over the earth," do not 8 1, 71 | air, and so are said to fly "beneath the firmament," ~ 9 1, 80 | according to the senses, and to fly from what is ~hurtful, and 10 1, 100 | birds teach their young to fly; and the like may be observed 11 1, 102 | arrow is moved ~so as to fly towards a certain point 12 1, 102 | by Him to do good and to fly from ~evil, by precepts 13 2, 32 | the syllables stay, but fly away, that others may ~come, 14 2, 36 | inclination of the appetite to fly from evil, as stated above. ~ 15 2, 40 | flight, strive less to ~fly, but hope to avenge their 16 2, 80 | resist the devil, and he will fly from you," which would be 17 2, 80 | resist ~him, nor would he fly from those who do. Therefore 18 2, 100 | Ex. 23:7): "Thou shalt fly lying," and ~the prohibition 19 2, 102 | sparrow was let loose to fly away into the plain, because 20 2, 102 | though a bird, ~cannot fly, and is always on the ground, 21 2, 102 | denotes ~those who would fly by contemplation, yet dwell 22 2, 112 | gloss is speaking of such as fly to God by a ~meritorious 23 2, 113 | detest ~them; for this is to fly from them.~Aquin.: SMT FS 24 2, 33 | written (1 Cor. 6:18): "Fly fornication"; by resistance, ~ 25 2, 86 | die or ~that one would not fly. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 26 2, 121 | some good that man does not fly from ~the danger of death. 27 2, 121 | hurry to meet danger, yet fly when the danger is ~present; 28 2, 127 | above all things, so does he fly from dangers of death more 29 2, 134 | not ~because he does not fly, but because he behaves 30 2, 138 | Resist the devil, and he will fly from you." Since, however, ~ 31 2, 178 | do so repeatedly; others fly now to the right, now to 32 2, 178 | behind many times; others ~fly in a circle now more now 33 2, 183 | wherewith thou art anxious to ~fly away into solitude, they 34 2, 183 | that ~thou art not free to fly without our permission." 35 3, 13 | command signified His will to ~fly from human glory, according 36 3, 83 | sometimes happens that a fly or a spider, or some ~other 37 3, 83 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: If a fly or a spider falls into the 38 Suppl, 83| to die, and ~death shall fly from them."~Aquin.: SMT 39 Suppl, 95| to die, and death shall fly from them."~Aquin.: SMT 40 Appen1, 1| grieves for being unable to fly ~like a bird, or for that


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