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eagerness 6
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39 designates
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39 feeling
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ear

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | With the hearing of the ear I have heard Thee, but now ~ 2 1, 54 | eye, and hearing of the ear. There are some ~other powers 3 1, 76 | the sight will be in the ear, and hearing in the eye, 4 1, 76 | to hearing, it is in the ear; and so ~forth. We must 5 1, 77 | eye, and hearing ~by the ear. And so it is with all the 6 1, 55 | eye, and hearing of the ear. There are some ~other powers 7 1, 75 | the sight will be in the ear, and hearing in the eye, 8 1, 75 | to hearing, it is in the ear; and so ~forth. We must 9 1, 76 | eye, and hearing ~by the ear. And so it is with all the 10 2, 5 | Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither hath it entered 11 2, 62 | The eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither ~hath it 12 2, 68 | Lord . . . hath opened my ear, ~and I do not resist; I 13 2, 79 | spiritual blindness, deafness of ear, ~and hardness of heart.~ 14 2, 93 | Job ~12:11: "Doth not the ear discern words, and the palate 15 2, 102 | 41,51). He was indeed an ear of corn, as it were, ~during 16 2, 102 | was put on the tip of the ear of the man that ~was to 17 2, 102 | thoughts. The tip of the right ear of ~the man to be cleansed 18 2, 102 | The tip of their right ear and the ~thumb of their 19 2, 102 | by touching their right ear); and that they should be 20 2, 107 | first the blade, then the ear, afterwards ~the full corn 21 2, 107 | afterwards ~the full corn in the ear," expresses himself as follows: " 22 2, 107 | Law of Nature; then the ear, i.e. the Law ~of Moses; 23 2, 107 | the Old as the corn in the ear.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 24 2, 114 | Eye hath not seen, ~nor ear heard, neither hath it entered 25 2, 2 | Job 12:11: "Doth not the ear discern words?" Now a man ~ 26 2, 70 | perhaps by jarring of the ear, as when a person speaks 27 2, 72 | to the ~face but into the ear." But to speak of another 28 2, 81 | sake, ~incline, O God, Thy ear"; and to this pertains " 29 2, 87 | Moral. xxvi, 7): "The human ear takes such like words in ~ 30 2, 93 | birds, the former by the ear, the latter by the eye. 31 2, 160 | If thou wilt incline thy ear, thou shalt receive ~instruction." 32 2, 169 | morning He wakeneth my ~ear, so that I may hear Him 33 2, 176 | He that turneth away his ear from ~hearing the law, his 34 3, 12 | and hence He did not give ~ear to hearing the lessons of 35 3, 42 | which you heard in the ear in the chambers shall be 36 3, 46 | one suited to ~catch the ear of the people, but, still, 37 3, 76 | from eye, and eye from ear. But this could not be so, 38 Suppl, 69| on: "Now lays he not his ear to my mouth, but his spiritual 39 Suppl, 89| With the hearing of the ear, I have heard Thee, but


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