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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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nearly

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | hotter according as it more nearly resembles that ~which is 2 1, 2 | their acting always, or nearly always, in the ~same way, 3 1, 14 | immaterial, approach more nearly to ~a kind of infinity. 4 1, 39 | belongs to action is more nearly allied to the persons because 5 1, 42 | other. ~The mode the most nearly approaching to the reality 6 1, 39 | belongs to action is more nearly allied to the persons because 7 1, 42 | other. ~The mode the most nearly approaching to the reality 8 1, 102 | things happen always or nearly ~always for the best; which 9 2, 33 | Confess. iv, 11). In this way nearly all ~bodily pleasures cause 10 2, 65 | they are connected, as nearly as all are agreed in saying. 11 2, 66 | indivisible mark is reached more nearly and more readily by one 12 2, 84 | indeed this is the ~point of nearly the whole chapter. We must 13 2, 95 | called, because, as he says, "nearly all nations use it." ~But 14 2, 102 | kept in the seventh month, nearly ~the whole of which was 15 2, 102 | unclean: for in that country nearly ~all the trees bear fruit 16 2, 102 | approach the dead, however nearly related to him. They were 17 2, 107 | Faust. xix, ~23,28) that "nearly all Our Lord's admonitions 18 2, 25 | more those who are more nearly connected with us, since 19 2, 25 | ways those who are more nearly connected with ~us.~Aquin.: 20 2, 25 | that the man who is more nearly united to us is more loved.~ 21 2, 64 | the treasure-trove may be nearly in someone's possession: ~ 22 2, 64 | thus, for in that case ~nearly every prince would be damned. 23 2, 94 | unreasonable to deny that which nearly everybody ~experiences. 24 2, 94 | everybody ~experiences. Now nearly everyone experiences that 25 2, 146 | most desirable: indeed, nearly all the toil of man's life 26 2, 172 | Ghost, as in the case of nearly all the prophets." Further, 27 3, 65 | of the sacraments. ~For nearly all the sacraments terminate 28 3, 74 | instance, half and half; or ~nearly so, then such mixing alters 29 3, 78 | of Christ. Nevertheless ~nearly all these words can be culled 30 Suppl, 37| that whereby it is most nearly ~directed to the sacrament 31 Suppl, 37| so far as one act is more nearly directed ~to that same sacrament. 32 Suppl, 54| other branch cannot be ~more nearly related to him than he is 33 Suppl, 55| the relatives, ~however nearly related they be, are not 34 Suppl, 70| Augustine speaks there as nearly throughout that book, as ~ 35 Suppl, 94| it to anyone." But all or nearly all know the ~nature of


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