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exemplate 7
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exempt 39
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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exempt

   Part, Question
1 1, 22 | does not ~mean that man is exempt from divine providence; 2 1, 75 | of forms absolutely, is exempt from ~composition of matter 3 1, 74 | of forms absolutely, is exempt from ~composition of matter 4 1, 95 | human body was not ~entirely exempt from the laws of nature, 5 2, 96 | that "the sovereign is exempt from the laws." But he that ~ 6 2, 96 | the laws." But he that ~is exempt from the law is not bound 7 2, 96 | sovereign is said to be "exempt from the law," as to ~its 8 2, 96 | the sovereign said to be exempt from the law, ~because none 9 2, 96 | God, the sovereign is not exempt from the law, as to ~its 10 2, 65 | to another diocese or is exempt. Therefore it seems ~that 11 2, 65 | committed, even though he be exempt: unless ~perchance the defendant 12 2, 65 | defendant offend in a matter exempt from the bishop's ~authority, 13 2, 65 | administering the property of an exempt ~monastery. But if an exempt 14 2, 65 | exempt ~monastery. But if an exempt person commits a theft, 15 2, 65 | inferior judge has no power ~to exempt a guilty man from punishment 16 2, 85 | Therefore, if the clergy ~are exempt from paying tithes, so too 17 2, 85 | but they are ~somewhat exempt by reason of various concessions 18 2, 86 | are not, for ~this reason, exempt in any way from the care 19 2, 145 | especially are seemingly not exempt from ~fasting, on account 20 2, 145 | those would seem to be exempt who beg ~their food piecemeal, 21 2, 162 | on him the favor of being exempt ~from the necessity resulting 22 2, 184 | religious superiors are exempt from obedience to bishops; 23 2, 184 | they be ~wholly or partly exempt from obedience to the bishop 24 2, 184 | perfection of life, for he cannot exempt him from ~obedience to himself. 25 2, 184 | himself. He can, however, exempt him from subjection to a ~ 26 2, 185 | For ~religious are not exempt from the observance of precepts. 27 2, 185 | this a pretext for being ~exempt? And even if all were able, 28 2, 185 | spiritual works are thereby exempt from manual labor for two 29 2, 185 | not on that account to be exempt ~from manual labor, nor 30 2, 186 | should have ~their life most exempt from external cares; this 31 3, 26 | stain contracted ~PARTIALLY EXEMPT FROM THE LAW; PRIVILEGE 32 3, 26 | contracting the stain ~WHOLLY EXEMPT FROM THE LAW; MIRACULOUS 33 3, 29 | because thus she ~was rendered exempt from punishment; that is, " 34 3, 72 | those in danger of death are exempt from this ~prohibition, 35 Suppl, 69| they had rest through being exempt from punishment, but ~their 36 Suppl, 83| they should be altogether exempt ~from all evil; whereas 37 Suppl, 96| that those alone will be exempt from eternal ~punishment 38 Suppl, 96| maintained that those ~alone are exempt from eternal punishment, 39 Suppl, 96| the end will not all be exempt from ~eternal punishment,


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