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seasoning 2
seasons 36
seat 27
seated 30
seats 10
sebastian 1
secando 1
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30 remiss
30 reputed
30 retribution
30 seated
30 serving
30 situation
30 slow
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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seated

   Part, Question
1 1, 22 | the divine type itself, seated in the Supreme Ruler; which ~ 2 2, 13 | The reason of this ~is seated in the very power of the 3 2, 30 | because the sense is a power seated ~in a bodily organ: wherefore 4 2, 76 | 3: Further, every sin is seated in the will. Now the will 5 2, 77 | material force, since it is ~seated in an organ of the body. 6 2, 77 | 19): "The whole world is seated in wickedness." ~Therefore 7 2, 83 | root of this rebellion is seated in ~the flesh: for the Apostle 8 2, 83 | Therefore original sin is ~seated chiefly in the flesh.~Aquin.: 9 2, 83 | that power in which is seated the first inclination to 10 2, 2 | The virtue of obedience is seated, properly speaking, in ~ 11 2, 18 | of ~wisdom, since fear is seated in the appetitive faculty, 12 2, 94 | The causes of sickness are seated in us, and they produce ~ 13 2, 100 | the principle of which is seated in ~those who are in positions 14 2, 116 | I answer that, Sins are seated chiefly in the affections: 15 2, 121 | habitual fortitude is firmly ~seated in his mind.~Aquin.: SMT 16 2, 132 | wherefore seemingly it is seated, like fortitude, in the ~ 17 2, 178 | terminates in ~delight, which is seated in the affective power, 18 3, 55 | angels, who were at first seated, as John says, and ~who 19 3, 58 | inquiry:~(1) Whether Christ is seated at the right hand of the 20 3, 58 | hand, then the latter ~is seated on his left. Consequently, 21 3, 58 | follows that the Father is seated on the left of the Son; ~ 22 3, 58 | But Mark describes Him as seated ~after the Ascension, because 23 3, 58 | said that the Father is seated at the ~right hand of the 24 3, 58 | s throne that Christ is seated at His right hand. ~Therefore 25 Suppl, 4 | is a kind of displeasure ~seated in the rational appetite, 26 Suppl, 32| root of the disease ~is seated. Consequently the sacramental 27 Suppl, 32| root of the ~disease is seated.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 28 Suppl, 66| which signification ~is seated both in the union of minds, 29 Suppl, 72| of hearts. Now prayer is ~seated chiefly in the heart. Therefore 30 Suppl, 72| entire nature of man is seated in the soul, so that ~the


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