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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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lays

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | to what the Philosopher ~lays down (Categor. iii) when 2 1, 19 | God; just as when ~anyone lays down a precept, it is a 3 1, 83 | the soul "collects ~and lays hold of the images of bodies 4 1, 114 | power on that of which it lays hold."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 5 2, 4 | say 'catch.'] ~him when he lays hold on him. And in this 6 2, 61 | necessitates good works. If no one lays this burden on us we may 7 2, 95 | determining the nature of law, lays down, at first, three ~conditions; 8 2, 4 | more ~a man's intellect lays hold of a thing, the more 9 2, 33 | the soul ~of the one it lays low with burning fires at 10 2, 76 | simply 'lend.' The objection lays ~stress on the word 'faeneraberis': 11 2, 103 | makes a heap of precepts and lays them upon his subjects, 12 2, 105 | forgetfulness of favors lays hold of a man, he has ~apparently 13 2, 106 | Again the blood of ~Christ lays the descendants of the Jews 14 2, 121 | Now fortitude above all lays claim to praise ~for steadfastness. 15 2, 123 | voluntary, because when fear lays hold of a man he ~is under 16 2, 134 | principal place, and that it lays claim to that which is principal 17 2, 135 | ascribed something that ~lays claim to the praise of virtue, 18 2, 141 | more than any other virtue lays claim to a certain comeliness, ~ 19 2, 142 | 43) that "shamefacedness lays the first foundation of ~ 20 2, 145 | while the Lenten fast ~lays a general prohibition even 21 2, 147 | measure. ~Wherefore sobriety lays a special claim to that 22 2, 168 | neighbor, since thereby ~a man lays hold of another's property 23 2, 170 | When the evil spirit lays hold of a man for such purposes 24 2, 183 | in buying property, or lays it by for some future use ~ 25 2, 184 | the Apostle (2 Cor. 8:12) lays ~down the way in which the 26 2, 184 | the vow of obedience a man lays ~himself under the necessity 27 2, 187 | Oblig. et Action, ~12] money lays an obligation not on the 28 3, 1 | merciful than to punish, as He lays the act of sin to man's 29 3, 21 | sensuality when our ~prayer lays before God what is in our 30 Suppl, 7 | Ps. 21) that confession "lays bare the hidden disease 31 Suppl, 7 | act, by saying that "it lays bare" - the matter of ~confession, 32 Suppl, 24| is the case of a man who lays hands on a ~cleric or a 33 Suppl, 38| stated in Ethic. i, 2, lays down the law to lower sciences, 34 Suppl, 38| them, but the bishop alone lays hands on deacons.~Aquin.: 35 Suppl, 69| and further ~on: "Now lays he not his ear to my mouth,


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