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presentiment 1
presenting 11
presently 7
presents 32
preservation 119
preservative 1
preservatives 1
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32 perpetuity
32 poenitentia
32 prescribes
32 presents
32 provides
32 rabbi
32 reckoning
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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presents

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | same really. But goodness presents the aspect ~of desirableness, 2 1, 114 | above ~(A[4]); and in part presents some difficulty. For it 3 2, 10 | object ~that in every respect presents the aspect of the mover 4 2, 13 | since the apprehensive power presents the object ~to the appetite. 5 2, 14 | conclusion. Wherefore that which presents itself as to be done first, ~ 6 2, 32 | is most ~pleasant to give presents or assistance to friends 7 2, 102 | most reasonable, ~which presents a likeness to heavenly things. 8 2, 105 | were forbidden ~to accept presents, as is clearly stated in 9 2, 1 | sacrament of the Eucharist presents a special ~difficulty over 10 2, 1 | as each one ~separately presents a special difficulty.~Aquin.: 11 2, 47 | circumstances. ~Now each of these presents a difficulty of its own, 12 2, 81 | reverence and, so to speak, presents it to Him, ~as appears from 13 2, 121 | of some difficulty that presents ~itself. In order to remove 14 2, 127 | that which is greatest ~presents any notable difficulty, 15 2, 132 | one spends much in sending presents. ~Therefore expenditure 16 2, 132 | man also makes gifts of presents, as stated ~in Ethic. iv, 17 2, 152 | into the mind of a speaker presents itself to the mind ~of the 18 2, 158 | restraint of pleasures of ~touch presents a special difficulty: wherefore 19 2, 182 | three-fold consideration presents ~itself: (1) The state of 20 2, 187 | religion, by giving him presents: and this is forbidden in 21 2, 187 | one gives a person little ~presents for the sake of good fellowship. 22 3, 36 | to this star ~and to the presents to be offered: which tribe 23 3, 54 | the rising Christ, which presents ~four points of inquiry:~( 24 3, 68 | the very ~fact that a man presents himself to be cleansed by 25 3, 77 | answer that, This question presents no difficulty, now that 26 3, 78 | difficulty which this question presents: ~for there is still the 27 3, 83 | words, "These gifts, these presents, these holy unspotted sacrifices."~ 28 Suppl, 35| is required that one who ~presents himself for Orders should 29 Suppl, 36| conscious of mortal sin presents himself for ~Orders is guilty 30 Suppl, 72| the ~latter's request, he presents his petition to the one 31 Suppl, 84| the damned, a difficulty presents ~itself, since their intellect 32 Suppl, 93| in martyrdom the ~strife presents a special difficulty. Therefore


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