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omens 6
omission 130
omissions 2
omit 34
omits 22
omitted 89
omitting 28
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34 mingling
34 non-existence
34 not-being
34 omit
34 persecution
34 portion
34 pre-exists
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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omit

   Part, Question
1 2, 14 | man is induced to do or omit ~something, through the 2 2, 19 | vainglory or whether he omit to do it. ~Nor is he in 3 2, 55 | in us without us." If we omit this phrase, the remainder 4 2, 71 | sin of omission, unless we omit what we ~can do or not do: 5 2, 1 | with ~the common use, to omit the 'in,' and say simply, " 6 2, 30 | when we sin mortally if we omit to give ~alms; on the part 7 2, 31 | spiritual men are found to omit ~fraternal correction: since 8 2, 31 | that holy men sometimes omit to correct wrongdoers.~Aquin.: 9 2, 33 | for some are idle and omit them ~altogether, while 10 2, 41 | whatever it ~is possible to omit without prejudice to the 11 2, 52 | accused of negligence if he ~omit them), nor about good things, 12 2, 62 | for salvation that a ~man omit the act of moderate self-defense 13 2, 74 | 2/3~Accordingly we may omit the first kind of evil speaking 14 2, 77 | on his part, he does not omit his duty, as stated above ( 15 2, 77 | to matins, he would not ~omit to go, so that, evidently, 16 2, 77 | good deed, ~which is "to omit."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] A[ 17 2, 86 | denotes a binding to do or omit some particular ~thing. 18 2, 86 | taking a ~vow, he could omit without danger, becomes 19 2, 99 | hates them, must needs omit the duties of piety. Therefore 20 2, 120 | Therefore it was unfitting to omit ~all other ceremonial observances 21 2, 120 | which it is unlawful to omit even in small things; while 22 2, 123 | what is forbidden, or to omit what is commanded by the 23 2, 135 | do something well, or to ~omit something, is a virtue. 24 2, 180 | heavenly kingdom, provided one omit not the good actions we 25 2, 187 | For it is not lawful to omit ~that which is of obligation 26 2, 187 | seem that one ought not to omit deference to one's parents 27 3, 60 | baptize in such a way as to omit one of the aforesaid names," ~ 28 Suppl, 6 | Further, it is a mortal sin to omit doing what a commandment 29 Suppl, 14| to do a good deed than to omit an evil ~deed. But the omission 30 Suppl, 25| not, on this account, to omit the ~penitential works imposed 31 Suppl, 45| although it is a sin to omit them; so, too, consent expressed ~ 32 Suppl, 47| whereby he knows whether to omit this rather than ~that, 33 Suppl, 52| master's consent, he should ~omit the service commanded by 34 Suppl, 96| inflicted on none but ~those who omit those works, but because


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