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dissipated 1
dissociated 2
dissoluble 4
dissolution 34
dissolve 32
dissolved 105
dissolvent 1
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34 denunciation
34 despises
34 devote
34 dissolution
34 effectively
34 episcopate
34 evangelist
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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dissolution

   Part, Question
1 1, 66 | nature you are ~subject to dissolution, but by My will you are 2 1, 68 | firmament was not susceptible of dissolution, because its parts are, 3 1, 75 | soul cannot survive the dissolution ~of the body.~Aquin.: SMT 4 1, 76 | from the body, after the dissolution of ~the body. Therefore 5 1, 76 | own ~existence after the dissolution of the body; whereas it 6 1, 76 | its form; yet, after the dissolution ~of the body, the intellectual 7 1, 76 | bodies; yet, after the dissolution of the bodies, the souls 8 1, 67 | nature you are ~subject to dissolution, but by My will you are 9 1, 69 | firmament was not susceptible of dissolution, because its parts are, 10 1, 74 | soul cannot survive the dissolution ~of the body.~Aquin.: SMT 11 1, 75 | from the body, after the dissolution of ~the body. Therefore 12 1, 75 | own ~existence after the dissolution of the body; whereas it 13 1, 75 | its form; yet, after the dissolution ~of the body, the intellectual 14 1, 75 | bodies; yet, after the dissolution of the bodies, the souls 15 1, 102 | far as they can; and the dissolution of a thing arises from defect ~ 16 1, 118 | matter until the ultimate dissolution of the individual. And this ~ 17 2, 28 | Further, melting is a kind of dissolution. But love melts that in ~ 18 2, 105 | nations; and commanded the dissolution of such as had been ~contracted ( 19 3, 75 | the ~four elements. For dissolution cannot be made into primary 20 3, 75 | substance of the bread, or dissolution into the original matter. ~ 21 3, 75 | can be assigned for such dissolution or annihilation, ~since 22 Suppl, 43| age, they should seek a dissolution of the ~betrothal by the 23 Suppl, 47| results are feared from its dissolution. Nor ~does he sin if he 24 Suppl, 52| Nor does this result in a dissolution of the marriage, since no ~ 25 Suppl, 55| Whether the process for the dissolution of like marriages should ~ 26 Suppl, 55| not dissolved through the dissolution of the marriage by the death 27 Suppl, 69| Therefore, after the body's dissolution, the soul has an abode, ~ 28 Suppl, 75| order of nature requires the dissolution not only of the ~union of 29 Suppl, 75| that are left after the ~dissolution of the body - for two reasons. 30 Suppl, 75| account of the cause of dissolution, which is ~the flame of 31 Suppl, 79| consisting in a certain dissolution. Therefore the ~sense of 32 Suppl, 79| wherefore ~it is necessary for dissolution to take place in order for 33 Suppl, 83| conducing to the body's dissolution: and much more will ~they 34 Suppl, 94| there cannot be a continual dissolution from the bodies of the ~


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