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counsels 112
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countenance 34
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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countenance

   Part, Question
1 1, 57 | act, but also by change of countenance; and doctors can tell some ~ 2 1, 58 | act, but also by change of countenance; and doctors can tell some ~ 3 1, 78 | 4:7, ~"The light of Thy countenance, O Lord, is signed upon 4 1, 83 | answers, "The light of Thy countenance, O Lord, is ~signed upon 5 1, 92 | words, "The light of Thy countenance, O Lord, is ~signed upon 6 1, 116 | inasmuch as "the light of His countenance is signed upon us" (Ps. 7 1, 116 | above explanation, the ~countenance becomes venomous and hurtful, 8 2, 19 | things? The ~light of Thy countenance, O Lord, is signed upon 9 2, 19 | i.e. derived from) Thy countenance." ~It is therefore evident 10 2, 34 | fill me with joy with Thy countenance; at Thy right ~hand are 11 2, 48 | the tongue stammers, the countenance takes fire, the eyes grow ~ 12 2, 48 | the tongue ~stammers, the countenance takes fire, the eyes grow 13 2, 69 | but also sees the king's countenance. Lastly, ~the highest place 14 2, 91 | says: "The light of Thy countenance, O ~Lord, is signed upon 15 2, 71 | away rain, as doth a ~sad countenance a backbiting tongue."~Aquin.: 16 2, 109 | and David "changed ~his countenance before" Achis, king of Geth ( 17 2, 109 | pretense. David's change of countenance was a figurative ~pretense, 18 2, 112 | their body, and show not thy countenance gay towards them."~Aquin.: 19 2, 159 | thou meetest him, by his ~countenance" (Ecclus. 19:26). Wherefore 20 2, 166 | meetest him, is known by his countenance." Hence moderation of ~outward 21 2, 171 | upright shall dwell with Thy ~countenance." Hence it is evident that 22 2, 178 | she was "of a beautiful ~countenance." Now the beauty of the 23 3, 16 | common, lest we seem to countenance their error. Now the ~Arian 24 3, 30 | archangel Gabriel with ~glowing countenance, gleaming robe, and wondrous 25 3, 44 | forth even in His human ~countenance, that those who gazed on 26 3, 44 | His ~Godhead shone in His countenance." And Origen says on Jn. 27 3, 45 | aside His natural ~shape and countenance, or substituted an imaginary 28 3, 54 | it ~acquired the glory of countenance, without losing the substance 29 3, 54 | losing the substance of the ~countenance." Yet He did not come to 30 3, 55 | to that of Christ's true ~countenance. For, as Augustine says ( 31 Suppl, 8 | of churches to "know the countenance of ~their own cattle" (Prov. 32 Suppl, 8 | church should "know the countenance of his ~own cattle" in two 33 Suppl, 8 | priest would not "know the countenance of his cattle."~Aquin.: 34 Suppl, 89| There stood one whose ~countenance I knew not," says (Moral.


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