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humorem 1
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37 grants
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37 invalid
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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hundred

   Part, Question
1 1, 20 | punishment was due; just as a hundred pounds ~[marcoe] are a greater 2 1, 21 | man who pays ~another two hundred pieces of money, though 3 1, 21 | though owing him only one hundred, ~does nothing against justice, 4 1, 23 | that it was certain that a hundred or a thousand would be saved; 5 1, 47 | one soul; so that, if a hundred souls had sinned, ~there 6 1, 47 | sinned, ~there would be a hundred suns in the world?"~Aquin.: 7 1, 50 | and ten thousands times a hundred thousand stood ~before Him."~ 8 1, 48 | one soul; so that, if a hundred souls had sinned, ~there 9 1, 48 | sinned, ~there would be a hundred suns in the world?"~Aquin.: 10 1, 51 | and ten thousands times a hundred thousand stood ~before Him."~ 11 1, 111 | 10: "Ten thousand times a hundred thousand stood before ~Him." 12 1, 111 | and ten thousand times a hundred thousand assisted Him." 13 1, 111 | And because ten times a hundred is a ~thousand, if it were 14 1, 111 | it were said "ten times a hundred thousand" it would mean ~ 15 1, 111 | written ~"ten thousand times a hundred thousand," we are given 16 1, 111 | numbers, ~namely ten, a hundred, and a thousand, as Dionysius 17 2, 19 | intended to buy a thing worth a hundred pounds. Secondly, on account 18 2, 69 | 30: "Ye shall receive a hundred times ~as much" even "in 19 2, 107 | 30: He ~shall receive "a hundred times as much . . . in this 20 2, 22 | order of excess, just as one hundred pounds exceed ~sixty. ~Aquin.: 21 2, 61 | word 'calculate'] for one hundred marks. So too, is a ~fool 22 2, 97 | church he shall pay nine hundred soldi": and ~again further 23 2, 145 | year is composed of three hundred and sixty-six days, by ~ 24 2, 170 | the prophets of Baal four hundred and ~fifty, and the prophets 25 2, 170 | prophets of the grove four hundred, who eat at Jezebel's table." 26 3, 51 | myrrh and aloes about a ~hundred pounds weight," as recorded 27 3, 55 | was seen by more than five hundred brethren at once . . ~. 28 3, 55 | appeared to more then five hundred brethren at once.'" The 29 3, 62 | by the king's command, a hundred ~pounds: not as though the 30 3, 84 | disease? ~For if a man ail a hundred times it is for the physician 31 3, 84 | physician to heal him a ~hundred times: and if he failed 32 Suppl, 43| marry thee if thou pay me a hundred pounds," and then this ~ 33 Suppl, 67| shall ~be condemned in a hundred sicles of silver, and he 34 Suppl, 74| feed her'] a thousand two hundred sixty days." Again (Dan. ~ 35 Suppl, 74| OBJ 2: The thousand two hundred sixty days mentioned in 36 Suppl, 93| thirty by thirty, and a ~hundred exceeds sixty by forty; 37 Suppl, 93| sixty is twice thirty and a hundred surpasses sixty as containing


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