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holy-water 1
hom 524
homage 25
home 30
homely 2
homic 1
homicid 1
Frequency    [«  »]
30 forming
30 gratis
30 hears
30 home
30 intentions
30 lend
30 loosed
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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home

   Part, Question
1 2, 104| precepts ~are given relating to home life: for instance, about 2 2, 105| lawful for him to ~return home, because when the whole 3 2, 105| certain men should be sent home, for instance a man that 4 2, 105| the way, should be sent home. Fourthly, it enjoined that 5 2, 105| The timid were sent back home, not that they might be 6 2, 45 | since man is a part of the home and ~state, he must needs 7 2, 45 | the ~common good of the home; and a third, "political 8 2, 46 | such is the multitude of a home or family, and this is ~ 9 2, 56 | maintain that the State and the home and the ~like differ only 10 2, 94 | on your shoes; to return home ~if you trip when going 11 2, 120| heart, and in building a ~home the first thing to be set 12 2, 121| matters relating to civil or home life. Hence he begins ~by 13 2, 127| means that he is not at home with others than his friends: ~ 14 2, 178| perfected in our heavenly home."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[180] 15 2, 178| perfected in our heavenly home, because the fire of love 16 2, 179| perfected in our heavenly home."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[181] 17 2, 180| perfected in ~our heavenly home." Now the life to come will 18 2, 185| Benedict after ~leaving his home and parents dwelt for three 19 2, 186| or protects the weak at home, or his friends against ~ 20 2, 187| life, and by the ties of home."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] 21 2, 187| seeks delay in order to go home and confer with his ~kinsfolk."~ 22 3, 29 | i.e. to take her to his home in order to cohabit with 23 3, 29 | Joseph that she dwelt in his home: "for just as ~she who conceives 24 3, 30 | them ask their husbands at ~home." Therefore it seems that 25 3, 35 | born at Bethlehem away from home; because, ~as Gregory says ( 26 3, 49 | dead, then shall he return home." [*The ~Septuagint has ' 27 3, 51 | who while living had no home, after death ~was laid to 28 3, 80 | hungry, let him eat at home": and thus it seems that 29 3, 80 | seems that after eating at home ~a man may eat Christ's 30 3, 80 | partake of his food at ~home, that is, let him fill himself


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