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ascertained 5
ascertaining 1
asclep 1
ascribe 37
ascribed 247
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37 accepted
37 accuse
37 altered
37 ascribe
37 burn
37 canons
37 compare
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ascribe

   Part, Question
1 1, 41 | or ~essentially, we may ascribe power to God in its proper 2 1, 41 | of ~principle. And as we ascribe to God the power of creating, 3 1, 41 | of creating, so we may ~ascribe the power of begetting and 4 1, 41 | these actions we cannot ascribe power to God in its proper ~ 5 1, 41 | or ~essentially, we may ascribe power to God in its proper 6 1, 41 | of ~principle. And as we ascribe to God the power of creating, 7 1, 41 | of creating, so we may ~ascribe the power of begetting and 8 1, 41 | these actions we cannot ascribe power to God in its proper ~ 9 1, 83 | And therefore, in order to ascribe to the ~soul a knowledge 10 1, 83 | therefore insufficient to ascribe to the soul the nature of ~ 11 1, 103 | like manner astrologers ~ascribe to Saturn, the highest of 12 1, 114 | below, there is no need to ascribe causality to ~the heavenly 13 2, 14 | process. In like manner we ascribe counsel to God, ~as to the 14 2, 22 | human speech is wont to ascribe to them also ~these passions 15 2, 31 | reason; and so we do not ascribe ~joy to irrational animals, 16 2, 61 | 8) that "it is absurd to ascribe justice, fortitude, ~temperance, 17 2, 12 | Poster. i, 25. Again ~to ascribe to creatures things that 18 2, 12 | God is God Himself: and to ascribe to a creature, that which 19 2, 64 | things. For no man should ascribe to himself that which is 20 2, 93 | spiritual cause. If we ~ascribe it to chance, and this can 21 2, 104 | infirmity, would dare to ascribe his purity and innocence 22 2, 104 | Confess. iii): "To Thy grace I ascribe it, and to Thy mercy, that 23 2, 104 | were ice. To Thy grace I ascribe also ~whatsoever I have 24 2, 117 | for blame, inasmuch as we ascribe prodigality to ~those who 25 2, 154 | and incontinence, for we ascribe ~neither continence nor 26 2, 159 | shows ~that man ought not to ascribe to himself more than is 27 3, 18 | Quat. Volunt. Christ.] ~ascribe to Christ "a will of piety," 28 3, 27 | and it is quite enough to ascribe to the ~Blessed Virgin perfect 29 3, 42 | blaspheme Christ, and who ascribe ~to Him most excellent, 30 Suppl, 29| James (5:14,15) seems to ascribe ~the whole force of this 31 Suppl, 58| of the common people, who ascribe to the ~demon the terrors 32 Suppl, 72| Hom. in ~Evang. xxxiv) we ascribe to that order the working 33 Suppl, 79| different persons. Some ascribe it to the condition of the 34 Suppl, 81| Para. 2/2~Some, however, ascribe the cause of this agility 35 Suppl, 81| Wherefore it is better to ascribe it to the ~soul, whence 36 Suppl, 81| greater the subtlety we ascribe to the medium the less is 37 Suppl, 92| Para. 3/3~Others, however, ascribe these three dowries to the


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