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transoms 2
transparence 2
transparency 9
transparent 37
transpiring 1
transport 2
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37 spend
37 thanks
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37 transparent
37 uniform
37 validity
37 volition
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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transparent

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | makes the medium ~actually transparent, and susceptible of color.~ 2 1, 48 | actuality, as in the case of a transparent ~body, which is the subject 3 1, 48 | which ~in its very nature is transparent. Likewise, addition in sin 4 1, 66 | was wanting to all that transparent ~body which we call the 5 1, 66 | bodies exists a body, partly ~transparent and partly luminous, which 6 1, 66 | exists also a heaven wholly transparent, called by some the aqueous 7 1, 66 | firmament, though solid, is transparent, for that it does not exclude ~ 8 1, 68 | the ~heaven that is wholly transparent and starless. This, according 9 1, 68 | the face of the water a transparent body was extended, the subject 10 1, 68 | matter, or ~any kind of transparent body, as fittingly designated 11 1, 68 | heaven divides the lower transparent bodies from ~the higher, 12 1, 68 | or ~crystalline, wholly transparent; and the third is called 13 1, 68 | starry ~heaven, in part transparent, and in part actually luminous, 14 1, 49 | actuality, as in the case of a transparent ~body, which is the subject 15 1, 49 | which in its very nature is transparent. Likewise, addition in sin 16 1, 67 | was wanting to all that transparent ~body which we call the 17 1, 67 | bodies exists a body, partly ~transparent and partly luminous, which 18 1, 67 | exists also a heaven wholly transparent, called by some the aqueous 19 1, 67 | firmament, though solid, is transparent, for that it does not exclude ~ 20 1, 69 | the ~heaven that is wholly transparent and starless. This, according 21 1, 69 | the face of the water a transparent body was extended, the subject 22 1, 69 | matter, or ~any kind of transparent body, as fittingly designated 23 1, 69 | heaven divides the lower transparent bodies from ~the higher, 24 1, 69 | or ~crystalline, wholly transparent; and the third is called 25 1, 69 | starry ~heaven, in part transparent, and in part actually luminous, 26 2, 85 | of this may be seen in a ~transparent body, which has an inclination 27 2, 85 | the ~very fact that it is transparent; yet this inclination or 28 2, 86 | body has passed by, the transparent ~body remains in the same 29 3, 75 | receives it suddenly, as a transparent body is ~illuminated suddenly. 30 Suppl, 82| luminous body ~consists of transparent parts." But the parts of 31 Suppl, 82| glorified body will ~not be transparent, since in some of them, 32 Suppl, 82| say that they will be both transparent and lightsome; ~for that 33 Suppl, 82| a lightsome body be not transparent is owing to the fact that ~ 34 Suppl, 82| crystal, not ~because they are transparent, but on account of this 35 Suppl, 82| does not prevent its being transparent ~except in so far as it 36 Suppl, 88| outward surface will be ~as transparent as glass, water as crystal, 37 Suppl, 89| color are received into a transparent object, light being ~to


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