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preceptors 1
precepts 1174
precincts 1
precious 37
precipice 2
precipitate 3
precipitated 1
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37 outset
37 pasch
37 pleased
37 precious
37 prejudicial
37 presume
37 purified
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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precious

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | Vulg.: 'most ~great'] and precious promises, that by these 2 2, 83 | Further, no wise man pours a precious liquid into a vessel, ~knowing 3 2, 83 | the rational soul is ~more precious than any liquid. If therefore 4 2, 89 | who build ~"gold, silver, precious stones," i.e. love of God 5 2, 89 | signified by gold, silver, and precious ~stones, while others build 6 2, 89 | gold," "silver," and ~"precious stones," and consequently 7 2, 102 | to be clothed ~in more precious garments, and to possess 8 2, 102 | priests. Nor was brass so precious as to give the ~people an 9 2, 102 | redeemed . . . with the precious ~blood . . . of a lamb unspotted." 10 2, 102 | when unclean, to touch precious things: and in order that 11 2, 102 | to Ps. 132:2: "Like the precious ointment on the head ~that 12 2, 102 | rational there were twelve precious stones set in four rows, 13 2, 102 | sun and moon. The twelve ~precious stones on the breast are 14 2, 110 | given us most great and most precious promises; that by these 15 2, 64 | possession, for instance ~precious stones and jewels, found 16 2, 71 | good name seems the ~most precious, since for lack of it he 17 2, 71 | than a thousand treasures ~precious and great." Therefore backbiting, 18 2, 98 | Prov. 3:15), "she is more precious than all ~riches, and all 19 2, 167 | ministers of the altar ~use most precious vestments in the sacred 20 2, 172 | the word of the Lord was precious," i.e. rare; and yet afterwards ~ 21 3, 5 | displaying their skill in ~precious materials, but very often 22 3, 5 | heavenly body of some most precious matter, but shewed the greatness 23 3, 5 | substance of the soul is more precious than the body: but ~if at 24 3, 7 | given us most great ~and precious promises, that by these 25 3, 22 | given us most ~great and precious promises, that by these 26 3, 25 | Fide Orth. iv, 11): "The precious wood, as having been sanctified 27 3, 25 | mean vase ~surrounded with precious linen." To him Jerome replies ( 28 3, 48 | your fathers: but with the precious blood of Christ, as of a ~ 29 3, 48 | our redemption - His own precious blood - not to the ~devil, 30 3, 51 | that we may lawfully use ~precious things medicinally, from 31 3, 62 | given us most great and precious ~promises; that we may be [ 32 3, 79 | through His sacred flesh and precious blood, which we receive ~ 33 3, 83 | just as gold is the most precious among the materials of ~ 34 3, 83 | cloths of silk the most precious among other ~cloths. Consequently, 35 3, 83 | we are not wont to handle precious objects except the hands 36 Suppl, 29| to Ps. 132:2: "Like the precious ointment on the head," i.e. ~ 37 Suppl, 86| faith, "gold, silver, ~and precious stones" (1 Cor. 3:12), by


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