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occasion 168
occasional 13
occasionally 17
occasioned 33
occasions 42
occult 15
occultation 2
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33 luminous
33 ninth
33 obstinacy
33 occasioned
33 orderly
33 pentecost
33 proofs
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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occasioned

   Part, Question
1 1, 98 | generation of woman is not occasioned either by a ~defect of the 2 1, 112 | raising of this question is occasioned by this ~passage of Daniel. 3 2, 18 | entire loss of ~health, occasioned by death. And since this 4 2, 35 | like, from fear of the pain occasioned by blows or other such causes, 5 2, 44 | fear. Because ~trembling is occasioned by cold; thus we observe 6 2, 44 | Further, faecal evacuation is occasioned by heat; hence laxative ~ 7 2, 44 | this reason ~trembling is occasioned in these parts, being caused 8 2, 78 | some evil, this ~must be occasioned by something else. Sometimes, 9 2, 78 | Sometimes, in fact, this is ~occasioned through some defect in the 10 2, 86 | the loss ~of comeliness occasioned by this contact, is metaphorically 11 2, 9 | s aversion from God is ~occasioned, according to Wis. 14:11: " 12 2, 19 | virtue ~indirectly, or is occasioned by a virtue, and in this 13 2, 34 | sorrow ~as this cannot be occasioned by virtuous goods, which 14 2, 36 | Pride and vainglory are occasioned chiefly by goods even ~those 15 2, 41 | person ~whose action has occasioned the scandal, as for instance, 16 2, 41 | movement of venial sin occasioned by another's inordinate 17 2, 60 | of commutative justice, occasioned by one person having what 18 2, 67 | seemingly his ordinary authority occasioned his being chosen as ~arbitrator. 19 2, 86 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Perils occasioned by human affairs should 20 2, 110 | Further, boasting seems to be occasioned by riches; wherefore it ~ 21 2, 121 | greater than those which are ~occasioned by it, and which belong 22 2, 134 | through ~sorrow or pain occasioned by things present; and it 23 2, 140 | anger, sorrow, and fear, occasioned by certain ~other evils.~ 24 2, 145 | humor. Now the alteration occasioned ~by heat, and the increase 25 2, 146 | inasmuch as certain sins are occasioned thereby. ~Aquin.: SMT SS 26 2, 146 | were inflicted for sins ~occasioned by gluttony.~Aquin.: SMT 27 2, 185 | the same scandal might be occasioned through those who live in 28 3, 42 | disturbance which His teaching ~occasioned among the Jews, it was deprived 29 Suppl, 47| the agitation of ~the mind occasioned by danger imminent or future" ( 30 Suppl, 47| agitation of the mind occasioned by imminent danger," it 31 Suppl, 56| person whose action has occasioned the relationship acted with 32 Suppl, 56| person whose ~action has occasioned the relationship, loses 33 Suppl, 93| this neglect would not have occasioned his ~death, except on the


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