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incandescent 1
incantation 1
incantations 8
incapable 35
incapacity 1
incar 1
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35 gathering
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35 habitually
35 incapable
35 inflicts
35 injures
35 injuries
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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incapable

   Part, Question
1 1, 61 | uncultured people, as yet incapable of ~understanding an incorporeal 2 1, 62 | uncultured people, as yet incapable of ~understanding an incorporeal 3 2, 21 | that evil is "weak and ~incapable." But weakness or inability 4 2, 46 | very drunk, so as to be incapable ~of the use of reason, do 5 2, 47 | is because the dead are incapable of sorrow and sensation; 6 2, 23 | as such, and thus it is incapable of ~anything that is against 7 2, 44 | whereby his sense is rendered ~incapable of perceiving Divine things, 8 2, 44 | being dulled, so as to be incapable ~of judging spiritual things. 9 2, 86 | hand, if he be rendered incapable of ~fulfilling his vow through 10 2, 145 | s food as to render him ~incapable of fulfilling his duty. 11 2, 159 | secondly, by deeming oneself incapable of great things, ~and this 12 3, 7 | answer that, For a form to be incapable of increase happens in two ~ 13 3, 13 | in this way, as it ~was incapable of making exterior bodies 14 3, 13 | nature, so, too, was it incapable of changing its own body 15 3, 15 | thoroughly overcome, so as to be incapable of lusting against the spirit. ~ 16 3, 40 | forasmuch as ~Christ was incapable of sin, He had not the same 17 3, 57 | disposes. ~Now a body is incapable of being moved locally in 18 3, 69 | seeing children to be ~incapable of acts of virtue, they 19 3, 80 | sacramentally; ~since it is incapable of using it as a sacrament. 20 3, 82 | for a time, is rendered incapable of ~offering sacrifice; 21 3, 82 | that ~it has rendered him incapable owing to the wasting away 22 Suppl, 43| learn from another but is incapable by himself of ~consideration 23 Suppl, 57| relationship passes to no person incapable of ~being a god-parent; 24 Suppl, 58| Just as a boy who is incapable of marital intercourse is 25 Suppl, 58| a frigid person, ~being incapable of carnal copulation, cannot 26 Suppl, 58| person may be rendered ~incapable of carnal copulation by 27 Suppl, 58| says that "a boy who is incapable of marriage intercourse 28 Suppl, 64| the husband be rendered incapable of paying the debt ~through 29 Suppl, 64| wife. But if he be rendered incapable through some other cause, 30 Suppl, 82| were a sight altogether incapable of ~perceiving a light, 31 Suppl, 88| which another or himself is incapable of receiving. Hence, ~granted 32 Suppl, 93| the flesh, ~since they are incapable of such pleasures.~Aquin.: 33 Suppl, 95| being that the damned are ~incapable of demerit. Hence it is 34 Suppl, 96| because the creature is ~incapable of an infinite quality, 35 Appen1, 2| mortal sin, he is ~damned and incapable of being forgiven; and that


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