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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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adorned

   Part, Question
1 1, 66 | which it derives from ~being adorned by herbs and plants, for 2 1, 70 | more nobly it should be adorned. But a body ~less noble 3 1, 70 | noble than the heaven, is adorned with living beings, with 4 1, 72 | namely, the ~water, is adorned, and thus that day corresponds 5 1, 72 | lowest body, or the earth, is adorned by the ~production of land 6 1, 74 | distinguished, and then each part adorned and ~filled, as it were, 7 1, 74 | distinguished on the first ~day, and adorned on the fourth, the middle 8 1, 74 | on the ~middle day, and adorned on the fifth, and the third 9 1, 74 | distinguished on ~the third day, and adorned on the sixth. But Augustine, 10 1, 74 | were not distinguished and adorned together, not ~from a want 11 1, 67 | which it derives from ~being adorned by herbs and plants, for 12 1, 71 | more nobly it should be adorned. But a body ~less noble 13 1, 71 | noble than the heaven, is adorned with living beings, with 14 1, 71 | namely, the ~water, is adorned, and thus that day corresponds 15 1, 71 | lowest body, or the earth, is adorned by the ~production of land 16 1, 73 | distinguished, and then each part adorned and ~filled, as it were, 17 1, 73 | distinguished on the first ~day, and adorned on the fourth, the middle 18 1, 73 | on the ~middle day, and adorned on the fifth, and the third 19 1, 73 | distinguished on ~the third day, and adorned on the sixth. But Augustine, 20 1, 73 | were not distinguished and adorned together, not ~from a want 21 1, 94 | earth ~to the image of God, adorned with modesty, restrained 22 2, 49 | covers, and something else is adorned ~or covered: wherefore the 23 2, 102 | sacrifices of old. ~This veil was adorned with four colors: viz. that 24 2, 102 | starry heaven, which is adorned with various stars; ~the 25 2, 102 | the faithful are inwardly adorned with the four virtues: ~ 26 2, 102 | purified; secondly, they were adorned [*'Ornabantur.' Some editions 27 2, 56 | OBJ 2: Further, nothing is adorned by a less excellent thing 28 2, 127 | he adds, "and as a bride adorned ~with her jewels." But magnanimity 29 2, 149 | the conjugal act, which is adorned by the honesty [*Cf. ~Q[ 30 Suppl, 88| elements are said to be adorned by the animals ~and plants [* 31 Suppl, 92| dowry. Now the saints ~are adorned when they are taken into 32 Suppl, 92| salvation . . . as a bride adorned ~with her jewels." Therefore 33 Suppl, 92| dowry whereby the ~bride is adorned and the husband provided 34 Suppl, 92| honor, yet to the bride as adorned thereby.~Aquin.: SMT XP 35 Suppl, 92| a crown, and as a ~bride adorned with her jewels." Since


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