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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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fitted

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | patience vessels of wrath, ~fitted for destruction; that He 2 1, 24 | by this very fact becomes fitted for eternal life. ~This 3 1, 48 | the subject the more is it fitted to receive its perfection 4 1, 76 | soul to be united to a body fitted ~to be a convenient organ 5 1, 49 | the subject the more is it fitted to receive its perfection 6 1, 75 | soul to be united to a body fitted ~to be a convenient organ 7 1, 97 | 2:18,20). But she is not fitted to help man except in ~generation, 8 1, 109| not that an ~angel is more fitted by his nature to preside 9 2, 28 | love that the appetite is fitted to receive ~the good which 10 2, 108| temporalities, so as ~to become fitted for the preaching of the 11 2, 111| faith, whereby a man is fitted for instructing others ~ 12 2, 4 | art, and the saw be ~well fitted for sawing. Now, in a power 13 2, 34 | discharges the bane of spite fitted to enter deep into the ~ 14 2, 72 | necessary to him that he may be fitted for friendship. Therefore ~ 15 2, 81 | Further, the same subject is fitted to pray as is fitted to 16 2, 81 | is fitted to pray as is fitted to call ~upon God, since 17 2, 81 | prayer. But dumb animals are ~fitted to call upon God, according 18 2, 94 | the demons, so as to be fitted to see its God, and discern ~ 19 2, 183| Peter was in other ~respects fitted to govern the Church: wherefore 20 2, 183| we find a man otherwise fitted for ~the government of the 21 2, 183| hinders one from being more fitted for the office of ~governing, 22 2, 183| for that very reason more fitted to dispose of those ~that 23 3, 2 | purity and holiness, which ~fitted her to be the Mother of 24 3, 4 | as a body which is not fitted ~to be perfected by a sensitive 25 3, 4 | sensitive soul is much less fitted for an ~intellectual soul. 26 3, 6 | greatness of the Divine power fitted to itself a rational soul, 27 3, 6 | But the human nature was fitted for the ~assumption by the 28 3, 19 | form, and ~consequently fitted to divers operations. Therefore 29 3, 83 | therefrom, making him more fitted for Divine functions, unless 30 3, 90 | of a heap, or by being ~fitted together, as the parts of


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