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walkest 3
walketh 9
walking 36
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wall 32
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36 unhappy
36 version
36 virtual
36 walking
36 xxix
35 adorned
35 backbiter
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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walking

   Part, Question
1 1, 51 | far ~as it is sound; and walking agrees with other movements, 2 1, 63 | found in thee." But since walking is continuous movement, 3 1, 63 | by ~time. In this way by "walking" we are to understand the 4 1, 52 | far ~as it is sound; and walking agrees with other movements, 5 1, 64 | found in thee." But since walking is continuous movement, 6 1, 64 | by ~time. In this way by "walking" we are to understand the 7 1, 101 | the fish in the water, and walking animals on the earth from ~ 8 2, 1 | the last end. Thus while walking along the road one needs 9 2, 18 | has in act the power of ~walking, whereby he is able to walk; 10 2, 18 | sight he suffers a defect in walking by stumbling when he walks.~ 11 2, 20 | ad 1). For continuous walking is one ~action, considered 12 2, 32 | that I found thy children walking in ~truth."~Aquin.: SMT 13 2, 38 | martyr Tiburtius, when he was walking ~barefoot on the burning 14 2, 56 | from ~several powers: thus walking proceeds from the reason 15 2, 102 | swimming, and a cloven foot for walking: for it swims ~like a duck 16 2, 15 | sitting in thy house, and walking on thy ~journey, sleeping 17 2, 53 | things of dishonesty, not walking in craftiness, nor adulterating 18 2, 93 | sees Socrates running or walking: the consideration of such ~ 19 2, 94 | boy coming between friends walking together; kicking ~the door-post 20 2, 121 | Blessed ~Tiburtius, while walking barefoot on the burning 21 2, 121 | felt ~as though he were walking on roses.~Aquin.: SMT SS 22 2, 185 | yourselves from every brother walking disorderly," etc. (for by ~ 23 2, 185 | yourselves from every brother ~walking disorderly," says, "otherwise 24 2, 185 | yourselves from every brother walking ~disorderly." For he calls 25 3, 19 | numerically one, as one walking ~and one healing.~Aquin.: 26 3, 44 | crucified than when He was walking on earth."~Aquin.: SMT TP 27 3, 44 | see men as it were trees walking. After that again He laid ~ 28 3, 45 | as was the fact of His ~walking on the waves of the sea. 29 3, 45 | transfiguration, of agility in walking on the sea, and of subtlety 30 3, 46 | sanctified ~the earth by walking upon it."~Aquin.: SMT TP 31 3, 55 | another shape to two of them walking, as they were going into 32 3, 55 | that they were hitherto walking with their eyes shut; but 33 3, 57 | beautiful one in his ~robe, walking in the greatness of his 34 3, 83 | consumed denotes those still walking upon earth," because while 35 3, 86 | see men, as it were trees, walking"; and afterwards ~he was 36 Suppl, 58| they hindered eating and walking and the like. Therefore ~


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