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stout 1
strabo 1
strabus 15
straight 35
straightforward 2
straightway 28
strain 2
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35 scientific
35 speaker
35 sphere
35 straight
35 univocally
35 widows
35 worshiped
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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straight

   Part, Question
1 1, 67 | equally in a circle as in a straight line. ~Hence it appears 2 1, 68 | equally in a circle as in a straight line. ~Hence it appears 3 1, 84 | Euclid defines a ~finite straight line: and therefore he mentions 4 2, 13 | motion of ~the archer goes straight towards the target, as though 5 2, 26 | figure is to one composed of straight lines." But ~these have 6 2, 100 | crooked line is known by the straight" (De Anima i): and "by ~ 7 2, 9 | never to ~wander from the straight path of justice. This is 8 2, 9 | known through evil: for "the straight line rules both itself and 9 2, 31 | happen to stray from the straight path, they ~should not disdain 10 2, 42 | life? For one cannot run straight unless one knows whither 11 2, 51 | 25): "Let thy eyes look straight ~on, and let thine eye-lids 12 2, 177 | contemplation, namely, ~"straight," "circular," and "oblique" [* 13 2, 178 | threefold movement, circular, straight and oblique?~Aquin.: SMT 14 2, 178 | threefold movement, "circular," "straight," and "oblique" ~(Div. Nom. 15 2, 178 | differently their respective straight movements. For he says ~ 16 2, 178 | movements. For he says ~that the straight movement of the angel is 17 2, 178 | hand, he ~describes the straight movement of the soul as 18 2, 178 | center, another is the "straight" movement, ~by which a thing 19 2, 178 | another is compared to the straight movement; while the ~intelligible 20 2, 178 | and the beautiful." The "straight" movement of the angel cannot ~ 21 2, 178 | angel's movement takes ~a straight line when he proceeds to 22 2, 178 | Whereas he ascribes the "straight" ~movement in the soul to 23 2, 178 | as being composed of the straight and circular ~movements, 24 2, 178 | also declares to be partly straight and partly circular, in 25 2, 178 | comprised under either ~straight and oblique movement, because 26 2, 178 | reason, belongs to ~the straight movement; but if it be according 27 3, 41 | Consequently the devil ~does not straight away tempt the spiritual 28 3, 45 | in order that anyone go straight along a road, he must have 29 3, 45 | will not shoot the arrow straight ~unless he first see the 30 3, 83 | notwithstanding to proceed straight on, because the addition 31 3, 87 | from mortal sin, would go straight to heaven if sprinkled ~ 32 Suppl, 13| Therefore the latter will go straight to heaven, if he die after 33 Suppl, 54| continuous ~quantity: and thus a straight line contains actually but 34 Suppl, 80| that there be more than one straight ~line between two points: 35 Suppl, 80| place, there would be two straight lines corresponding to the


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