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yours 11
yourself 10
yourselves 32
youth 39
youthful 10
youths 6
z 4
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39 venially
39 visibly
39 weakened
39 youth
38 aid
38 animate
38 apparel
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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youth

   Part, Question
1 1, 20 | others, on account of his youth and purity. ~While others 2 2, 4 | operation as vigor perfects youth," because it is a result 3 2, 4 | because it is a result of youth. ~Consequently delight is 4 2, 15 | just as ~beauty perfects youth" [*oion tois akmaiois he 5 2, 26 | sought her out from my youth." But the concupiscible 6 2, 32 | respect of another, one youth in relation to another. 7 2, 40 | OBJ 1: It would seem that youth and drunkenness are not 8 2, 40 | easily changed. Therefore ~youth and drunkenness are not 9 2, 40 | increases one's power. But youth and drunkenness are united 10 2, 40 | stated above (A[5]). ~But youth lacks experience. Therefore 11 2, 40 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Youth is a cause of hope for three 12 2, 40 | stated above ~(A[1]). For youth has much of the future before 13 2, 72 | sin, even as boyhood and youth follow the ~complete generation 14 2, 85 | are prone to evil from his youth" [*Vulgate: 'The imagination 15 2, 85 | are prone to evil from his youth.'].~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[85] 16 2, 1 | perfection of manhood comes in youth, and ~that a man's state 17 2, 1 | it is to the time of his youth.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[8] 18 2, 58 | are prone to evil from his youth" (Gn. 8:21). Therefore doubts ~ 19 2, 147 | account of the heat of youth, while in women there is 20 2, 187 | commandments "from his youth." Now all religious orders 21 2, 187 | these have I kept from my youth.' For if he had ~fulfilled 22 2, 187 | called not only the ~innocent youth but also the sinner Matthew. 23 2, 187 | obeyed His call, ~and the youth obeyed not, because sinners 24 2, 187 | borne the yoke from his youth." It is for ~this reason 25 2, 187 | maidens here, a multitude of youth and every age, grave widows 26 3, 1 | Incarnation may be compared to the youth of ~the human race, "on 27 3, 1 | sixth age. And although ~youth and old age cannot be together 28 3, 1 | heaven, save in ~the time of youth." But in another work (De 29 3, 36 | of age from babyhood to youth, ~had neither eaten nor 30 3, 39 | teach not in His boyhood or youth, but at the perfect age. 31 3, 72 | perfect (spiritual) age in youth or ~childhood; because the 32 Suppl, 57| or "vice versa," since a ~youth can baptize an old man and " 33 Suppl, 57| female, bondman and free, youth and old age ~(Gal. 3:28; 34 Suppl, 64| For some are sterile in youth, and in course ~of time 35 Suppl, 75| filled ~with the vices of his youth, and they shall sleep with 36 Suppl, 78| perfect stage in the age of youth. Therefore ~all will rise 37 Suppl, 78| than ~in the mature man. In youth, however, it is more perfect 38 Suppl, 78| which it has in ~the age of youth, and not to that perfection 39 Suppl, 83| again in the stature ~of youth, as stated above (Q[81],


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