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perjuriis 1
perjury 82
permanence 13
permanent 36
permanently 4
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36 painful
36 partaking
36 pastor
36 permanent
36 predicaments
36 prodigal
36 retaliation
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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permanent

   Part, Question
1 1, 8 | indivisible part in the genus of permanent things be in every place. 2 1, 8 | being is not successive but permanent. Therefore God is not in ~ 3 1, 8 | continuous; as a point in permanent things, and as a moment 4 1, 8 | kind of the indivisible in permanent things, ~forasmuch as it 5 1, 10 | eternity is ~the measure of a permanent being; while time is a measure 6 1, 10 | is the proper measure of permanent being, so ~time is the proper 7 1, 10 | eternity is the measure of a permanent being, in so far ~as anything 8 1, 15 | certain principal forms, or permanent and immutable types of things, ~ 9 1, 41 | generated, if it be something ~permanent, receives as predicate the 10 1, 45 | has been made, because in permanent things what is becoming, 11 1, 62 | degrees of ~grace would not be permanent; which is not admissible. 12 1, 66 | has reference to ~things permanent, it was created at once 13 1, 66 | But time, as ~not being permanent, was created in its beginning: 14 1, 67 | lasts for a time but is not permanent; as may be seen ~when water 15 1, 74 | which is not one of the permanent parts of the universe, nor 16 1, 41 | generated, if it be something ~permanent, receives as predicate the 17 1, 46 | has been made, because in permanent things what is becoming, 18 1, 63 | degrees of ~grace would not be permanent; which is not admissible. 19 1, 67 | has reference to ~things permanent, it was created at once 20 1, 67 | But time, as ~not being permanent, was created in its beginning: 21 1, 68 | lasts for a time but is not permanent; as may be seen ~when water 22 1, 73 | which is not one of the permanent parts of the universe, nor 23 1, 83 | qu. 46) that "ideas are permanent types existing ~in the Divine 24 1, 97 | none is everlasting and permanent ~except the species, it 25 1, 103 | those things which are ~permanent and fixed. So we conclude 26 2, 50 | passion-like quality if it ~is permanent. But when it has been brought 27 2, 78 | which a man sins, is a permanent quality, so that he who 28 2, 89 | stain denotes ~something permanent in the thing stained, wherefore 29 2, 172 | a ~passion, and was not permanent like the beatific vision, 30 3, 21 | neither untouched nor yet permanent, so the Saviour beseeches, ~ 31 3, 45 | glorified body, by way of a permanent quality affecting ~the body. 32 3, 62 | nor as to some ~proper and permanent form proportioned to such 33 3, 62 | after ~the manner of a permanent and complete power, as the 34 3, 66 | but Baptism is something permanent. ~Therefore Baptism is not 35 3, 66 | instrumental virtue, not permanent but ~transient, passes from 36 Suppl, 77| parts of matter are not permanent in the body but ~ebb and


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