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trebat 1
treble 2
tree 135
trees 31
tremble 24
trembled 2
trembles 6
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31 supervening
31 thanksgiving
31 thrones
31 trees
31 universality
31 well-being
31 withdrawing
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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trees

   Part, Question
1 1, 62 | lit. viii, ~3), such as trees, animals, and the rest. 2 1, 69 | then produced plants and trees in their causes, ~that is, 3 1, 63 | lit. viii, ~3), such as trees, animals, and the rest. 4 1, 70 | then produced plants and trees in their causes, ~that is, 5 1, 95 | gloss on Gn. ~1:30, say that trees and herbs were given as 6 1, 95 | food, since they fed on the trees of paradise - nor to carry 7 1, 96 | food, ~taken from the other trees of paradise, as now we are 8 1, 101| be a corporeal place, the trees also of ~paradise must be 9 1, 101| were not; for corporeal ~trees were produced on the third 10 1, 101| while the planting of the trees of ~paradise is recorded 11 1, 101| third day, including the trees of paradise; and what is 12 1, 101| and what is said of the ~trees of paradise being planted 13 1, 109| the birth of ~animals, and trees, and plants, and over the 14 1, 114| kinds of stones, herbs, trees, animals, songs, ~rites, 15 2, 102| offer sacrifices beneath trees, on ~account of the pleasantness 16 2, 102| i.e. the citron, "and ~the trees of dense foliage" [*Douay 17 2, 102| read: 'Boughs of ~thick trees'], i.e. the myrtle, which 18 2, 102| have planted in it fruit ~trees, you shall take away the 19 2, 102| country nearly ~all the trees bear fruit in three years' 20 2, 102| three years' time; those trees, to wit, that ~are cultivated 21 2, 105| much more akin to us than trees. But we should ~show greater 22 2, 10 | master workmen to hew the ~trees, as related in 3 Kgs. 5: 23 2, 62 | take it as referring to trees, for ~they have no sense, 24 2, 62 | every ~herb . . . and all trees . . . to be your meat, and 25 2, 85 | corn or of the fruits of trees, are ~the Lord's," and further 26 2, 85 | only to "corn, fruits of trees" and animals "that ~pass 27 2, 94 | kinds of stones, herbs, trees, animals, songs and rites."~ 28 2, 172| and he treated about ~trees from the cedar that is in 29 3, 44 | said: I see men as it were trees walking. After that again 30 3, 63 | earth, nor the sea, nor the trees, till we sign the servants 31 3, 86 | I see men, as it were trees, walking"; and afterwards ~


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