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leavened 7
leaves 49
leaveth 3
leaving 33
lecherous 1
lect 3
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33 incorruptibility
33 introduced
33 irregular
33 leaving
33 luminous
33 ninth
33 obstinacy
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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leaving

   Part, Question
1 2, 40 | about everything, without leaving anything out, is ~sometimes 2 2, 93 | for its division, thus ~leaving to chance what portion each 3 2, 99 | and John are praised for leaving their parents and following 4 2, 146 | to be inordinate through ~leaving the order of reason, wherein 5 2, 182 | worse thereby," namely by leaving the monastic state. ~Therefore 6 2, 185 | Blessed Benedict after ~leaving his home and parents dwelt 7 2, 187 | stated (Lk. 5:28) that "leaving all things he ~. . . followed 8 2, 187 | example to others. Now by leaving after entering ~religion 9 2, 187 | enter with the intention of leaving. It seems, ~therefore, that 10 2, 187 | scandal nor ~bad example by leaving, especially if he do so 11 2, 187 | on the part of the person leaving, since in doing ~so, he 12 2, 187 | enters with the purpose of leaving forthwith, does ~not seem 13 2, 187 | comes to naught through his leaving the ~religious life; for 14 2, 187 | and Andrew "immediately leaving their nets, followed Him." ~ 15 3, 5 | mentioned the Word and flesh, leaving the soul on ~one side, since 16 3, 28 | the necessary steps for leaving a posterity on earth, therefore 17 3, 31 | married her first, and died, leaving one son, whose name was ~ 18 3, 31 | He was; and to go without leaving the spot ~whence He came."~ 19 3, 40 | testimony also of miracles. Leaving, therefore, John to be ~ 20 3, 46 | that relates to Christ's ~leaving the world. In the first 21 3, 46 | Christ also suffered for us, leaving you an example that you ~ 22 3, 52 | leading forth the elect, and leaving there the reprobate." But 23 3, 78 | those words alone, ~while leaving out all the others which 24 3, 78 | the aforesaid words, while leaving out the rest, ~especially 25 3, 80 | received in that order, leaving this to the apostles, to 26 3, 86 | on one part ~of the city, leaving the other part withered, 27 Suppl, 6 | a mortal sin, and thus leaving the matter to chance; and, 28 Suppl, 6 | but ~speak doubtfully, leaving the verdict to the priest, 29 Suppl, 21| him with stripes, or by leaving ~him to himself so that 30 Suppl, 21| the judgment of God in leaving man to himself, in order 31 Suppl, 70| QUALITY OF THE SOUL AFTER LEAVING THE BODY, AND OF THE PUNISHMENT 32 Suppl, 70| quality of the soul after leaving the ~body, and the punishment 33 Suppl, 79| passibility from the humors while leaving their ~nature unchanged."


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