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earnest 8
earnestly 5
earnestness 7
ears 32
earth 795
earthen 2
earthiness 2
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32 distinguishing
32 distress
32 domestic
32 ears
32 expiation
32 failed
32 font
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ears

   Part, Question
1 2, 79 | people, and make their ears heavy," and Rm. 9:18: "He 2 2, 79 | sight, "heaviness of the ears" to ~hearing, and "hardness 3 2, 102 | an offering was made of ears of corn, sometimes of flour, ~ 4 2, 102 | he might offer flour or ears of corn.~Aquin.: SMT FS 5 2, 107 | disciples ~for gathering the ears of corn on the sabbath. 6 2, 113 | beds, ~then He openeth the ears of men, and teaching, instructeth 7 2, 31 | then He openeth ~the ears of men, and teaching instructeth 8 2, 31 | already begun to reach the ears of several by various ~signs, 9 2, 65 | according to the hearing of the ears. But He shall ~judge the 10 2, 71 | itching tongue, nor tingling ears, that is, neither detract 11 2, 81 | He that turneth ~away his ears from hearing the law, his 12 2, 89 | so by the delight of the ears ~the faint-hearted may rise 13 2, 93 | God to wit, "openeth the ears of men, and teaching ~instructeth 14 2, 94 | deaf asp that stoppeth ~her ears, which will not hear the 15 2, 94 | have the Gospels ~in his ears, will he find salvation 16 2, 120 | disciples for plucking the ~ears of corn on account of the 17 2, 149 | purity, that he who has ears to hear, may put to none 18 2, 152 | Then He ~openeth the ears of men, and teaching instructeth 19 2, 172 | instance "the seven ~full ears of corn" signified "seven 20 2, 174 | different sound in another's ears, from that with ~which they 21 2, 175 | the teacher resound in the ears ~of the body."~Aquin.: SMT 22 3, 40 | the Law by plucking the ears of ~corn on the Sabbath; 23 3, 40 | hungry, they plucked the ~ears of corn on the Sabbath, 24 3, 71 | she lends them another's ears, that they ~may hear, and 25 3, 71 | anointing of the nose and ears with spittle, ~signify the 26 3, 71 | receiving of doctrine, as to the ears; consent thereto as to ~ 27 3, 71 | knowledge of God, that his ears be opened ~to hear the commandments 28 3, 75 | opened,' immediately his ears were opened, ~and the string 29 3, 82 | He that turneth away his ears ~from hearing the law, his 30 Suppl, 32| namely, ~that the eyes, nose, ears, lips, hands, and feet should 31 Suppl, 32| account of the sight, the ears on account of hearing, the 32 Suppl, 73| sound ~that reaches the ears is subsequent to the awakening


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