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deeming 13
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35 celebrate
35 conceive
35 conscious
35 deep
35 defending
35 devils
35 dishonor
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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deep

   Part, Question
1 1, 66 | was upon ~the fact of the deep." And the earth lacked beauty 2 1, 66 | was upon the face of the deep," since the air is included 3 1, 66 | was upon the face of the deep." The remaining distinctions 4 1, 67 | was upon the face of ~the deep." Now it seems to be required, 5 1, 68 | was upon ~the face of the deep," the word "deep" might 6 1, 68 | of the deep," the word "deep" might be taken to mean 7 1, 68 | was upon the face of the deep," the existence of air as 8 1, 69 | middle ~place, is called the "deep," because, as Augustine 9 1, 67 | was upon ~the fact of the deep." And the earth lacked beauty 10 1, 67 | was upon the face of the deep," since the air is included 11 1, 67 | was upon the face of the deep." The remaining distinctions 12 1, 68 | was upon the face of ~the deep." Now it seems to be required, 13 1, 69 | was upon ~the face of the deep," the word "deep" might 14 1, 69 | of the deep," the word "deep" might be taken to mean 15 1, 69 | was upon the face of the deep," the existence of air as 16 1, 70 | middle ~place, is called the "deep," because, as Augustine 17 1, 93 | vision, when "God cast a deep sleep upon Adam" (Gn. ~2: 18 1, 96 | to Gn. 2:21, "God cast a deep sleep upon Adam." ~Therefore 19 2, 28 | searcheth all things, yea the deep things of God" (1 Cor. 2: 20 2, 77 | gives utterance to words of ~deep signification, of which, 21 2, 102 | neck extracts its food from deep places on land or water: 22 2, 102 | and ~proud spirit in the deep furrow of self-examination.~ 23 2, 113 | to Job 33:15,16: ~"When deep sleep falleth upon men and 24 2, 31 | a vision by night, when deep sleep falleth upon men . . . 25 2, 34 | of spite fitted to enter deep into the ~mind." Therefore 26 2, 43 | searcheth all things, yea the ~deep things of God." Wherefore 27 2, 93 | a vision ~by night, when deep sleep falleth upon men, 28 2, 104 | been recovered from such deep ~torpor of sin, by Him he 29 2, 127 | gait is slow, his voice deep, and his utterance calm." 30 2, 152 | a vision by ~night, when deep sleep is wont to lay hold 31 2, 152 | hold of men [*Vulg.: 'When deep ~sleep falleth upon men.' 32 2, 163 | earth is to look into things deep and dark." The putting of 33 3, 30 | the sun ~was setting, a deep sleep fell upon Abram, and 34 3, 52 | considered as infernal and ~deep. And again in comparison 35 Suppl, 96| 23, "He shall esteem the deep as growing old" ~(Moral.


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