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retain 90
retained 27
retainer 1
retaining 31
retains 75
retaliated 1
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31 reduce
31 refreshment
31 reside
31 retaining
31 sad
31 si
31 social
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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retaining

   Part, Question
1 1, 60 | angels, without their still ~retaining a natural affection towards 2 1, 65 | higher or a ~lower rank, retaining their simplicity; while 3 1, 76 | from its proper ~place, retaining meanwhile an aptitude and 4 1, 61 | angels, without their still ~retaining a natural affection towards 5 1, 66 | higher or a ~lower rank, retaining their simplicity; while 6 1, 75 | from its proper ~place, retaining meanwhile an aptitude and 7 1, 78 | memory only for the power ~of retaining species, we must say that 8 2, 2 | Man's good consists in retaining happiness rather than ~in 9 2, 49 | we call it a disposition, retaining the name of the ~genus, 10 2, 81 | in Baptism, but as still ~retaining something of the oldness 11 2, 19 | the same way, a man while retaining in the universal, the true ~ 12 2, 30 | lest he be condemned for retaining his talent, if when he ~ 13 2, 76 | use of ~the house, while retaining the ownership. For this 14 2, 76 | lawfully sell its use while retaining one's ~ownership of it. 15 2, 76 | injured through ~the lender retaining them: for then he is bound 16 2, 116| his due, by stealing or ~retaining another's property. This 17 2, 116| in the unjust taking ~or retaining of another's property, and 18 2, 116| first place it exceeds in retaining, and in this ~respect covetousness 19 2, 117| giving, but deficiency in retaining and acquiring, while covetousness, ~ 20 2, 117| excess in acquiring ~and retaining. Hence it is evident that 21 2, 117| to which receiving and retaining are ~subordinate, so, too, 22 2, 117| more than receiving or ~retaining, wherein the covetous man 23 2, 150| is described as fresh and retaining its ~freshness, so long 24 2, 183| under the obligation of retaining the intention of devoting 25 2, 187| purpose of trial, while retaining the freedom to remain ~or 26 3, 13 | natures, each nature still retaining ~what belonged to it. Now 27 3, 31 | by sexual intercourse but retaining her ~virginity." For as 28 3, 34 | entered the womb, while ~retaining the reality of His Nature, 29 3, 68 | sin: for the ~very fact of retaining what belongs to another 30 3, 85 | immediately under the ruler, ~retaining their freedom. But a thing 31 Suppl, 6| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The retaining of another's property against


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