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drug 1
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drunk 35
drunkard 6
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35 devils
35 dishonor
35 diversify
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35 edition
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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drunk

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1 2, 46 | that whose who are very drunk, so as to be incapable ~ 2 2, 46 | but those who are slightly drunk, do get angry, through being 3 2, 67 | asleep, or because he is drunk, or for some like ~reason; 4 2, 76 | result being that he becomes drunk ~and indiscreet, and this 5 2, 76 | committed by a man when drunk, although in the ~latter 6 2, 76 | more harm is ~done by the drunk than by the sober, as the 7 2, 77 | with one who ~wilfully gets drunk, for in that case he is 8 2, 77 | whatever he does through being drunk. Secondly, we must observe 9 2, 88 | has no thought of getting drunk, for in that case ~the drunkenness 10 2, 88 | drink. If, however, he gets drunk frequently, this ignorance 11 2, 103 | woman rotted, when she had drunk the water "on ~which" the 12 2, 77 | instance, if a man gets drunk at night, and cannot get 13 2, 145 | and ~Eph. 5:18, "Be not drunk with wine, wherein is luxury." 14 2, 148 | But no man wishes to be drunk, since no man wishes to 15 2, 148 | drink that which makes him drunk, which would seem very hard.~ 16 2, 148 | believe that Noah was made ~drunk as related in Gn. 9. In 17 2, 148 | OBJ 3: Even as he that is drunk is excused if he knows not 18 2, 148 | kind of person to be ~made drunk by the drink offered. But 19 2, 148 | yet ~he would rather be drunk than abstain from drink. 20 2, 148 | impossible for a man to ~become drunk assiduously, without exposing 21 2, 148 | drink to the point of being drunk, is a mortal sin. Hence ~ 22 2, 148 | when the latter was made drunk. But slavery was not ~the 23 2, 148 | guilty ~of assault while drunk to be more severely punished 24 2, 151 | Apostle ~(Eph. 5:18), "Be not drunk with wine wherein is lust [ 25 2, 174 | Jews deemed the apostles drunk when the latter spoke in 26 3, 73 | is ~eaten and His blood drunk in this sacrament. Therefore, 27 3, 77 | is hungry, and another is drunk": upon which the ~gloss 28 3, 80 | is hungry, and another is drunk."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 29 3, 80 | he who had once eaten or drunk could never afterwards ~ 30 3, 81 | iv. But what is eaten and drunk is in the eater and drinker. ~ 31 3, 81 | When he had eaten and drunk, says: Christ ate and drank ~ 32 3, 83 | remembers that he has eaten or drunk something, or that he is 33 3, 83 | remembers that he has eaten or drunk anything, he ~ought nevertheless 34 3, 83 | altar." It ~might even be drunk by the minister, unless 35 Suppl, 95| commit a crime through being drunk (Ethic. iii). Now the damned ~


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