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importing 13
imports 59
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impose 36
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imposes 26
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36 govern
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36 impose
36 injured
36 innate
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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impose

   Part, Question
1 1, 6 | hence it belongs to ~Him to impose mode, species and order 2 1, 13 | rules apply to names we impose to signify the nature of 3 1, 22 | providence does not therefore impose any ~necessity upon things 4 1, 23 | to fall into sin, and to ~impose the punishment of damnation 5 1, 23 | effect; yet it does not impose any necessity, so that, 6 1, 25 | can do other things and impose upon them another order.~ 7 1, 62 | movement ~of grace does not impose necessity; but he who has 8 1, 63 | movement ~of grace does not impose necessity; but he who has 9 1, 107 | belongs to the "Powers" to impose order on those subject to ~ 10 1, 114 | Whether the heavenly bodies impose necessity on those things 11 1, 114 | Whether heavenly bodies impose necessity on things subject 12 1, 114 | seem that heavenly bodies impose necessity on things ~subject 13 2, 93 | Consequently man cannot impose laws ~on irrational beings, 14 2, 93 | subject to him. But he can ~impose laws on rational beings 15 2, 96 | Therefore human law cannot impose its precept in a Divine 16 2, 96 | such laws as these, which impose proportionate burdens, are 17 2, 105 | probable, the Law did not impose any penalty as regards a 18 2, 15 | that, A master does not impose laws on others than his ~ 19 2, 66 | just error, he does not ~impose the punishment of retaliation.~ 20 2, 75 | double-dealing: the ~seller must not impose upon the bidder, nor the 21 2, 81 | of prayer as neither to impose necessity on human affairs ~ 22 2, 93 | Ethic. i, 13), this does not impose any necessity on the free-will, ~ 23 2, 96 | a person is less than to impose ~an oath on him. Now it 24 2, 96 | would it seem lawful to impose an ~oath on one who swears 25 2, 183 | this need is such as to ~impose an obligation under pain 26 2, 185 | communion, pray for ~sinners, impose penance, and absolve from 27 3, 65 | the righteous, didst ~not impose penance on righteous men." [* 28 3, 71 | exorcisms by heart, and impose his hands on the energumens 29 3, 84 | our Lord, "that He should impose hands upon them." ~Therefore 30 Suppl, 8 | communion, pray for sinners, impose penances, and ~absolve from 31 Suppl, 8 | they could not absolve or impose ~penance, which is false.~ 32 Suppl, 18| priest ~could remit and impose as much as he liked of a 33 Suppl, 28| whether any priest can impose it?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[28] 34 Suppl, 28| the bishop, who alone can ~impose solemn penance" [*Cap. lxiv, 35 Suppl, 36| he says (1 Tim. 5:22): "Impose not hands ~lightly on any 36 Suppl, 40| virgins, consecrate ~bishops, impose hands, dedicate churches,


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