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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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numerous

   Part, Question
1 1, 65 | higher the cause, the ~more numerous the objects to which its 2 1, 66 | higher the cause, the ~more numerous the objects to which its 3 1, 87 | intellect together; and the more numerous the intelligible objects ~ 4 1, 102 | governed. But these are too numerous to be counted. Therefore 5 1, 111 | those who ~minister are more numerous than those who assist; because 6 1, 111 | assistants are much more numerous than the ministers. Nor 7 2, 16 | cause precedes, the more numerous the effects to which it 8 2, 70 | works of the flesh ~are more numerous than the fruits of the spirit.~ 9 2, 75 | multiplied. ~Now the more numerous and weighty the external 10 2, 107 | since the Old Law by its numerous ceremonies prescribed many ~ 11 2, 10 | the truth of faith in more numerous and more important points: ~ 12 2, 10 | heathens deny the faith in more numerous and more ~important points 13 2, 10 | when unbelievers were very numerous.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 14 2, 41 | punishment ~will result in more numerous and more grievous sins being 15 2, 68 | indiscriminately, ~unless they be very numerous. Thirdly, because the condemnation 16 2, 131 | undertaken the leadership of a numerous ~people without misgiving: 17 2, 159 | degrees would seem to be too numerous.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[161] A[ 18 2, 159 | degrees would seem to be too numerous.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[161] A[ 19 2, 162 | but on account of the ~numerous sufferings to which the 20 2, 172 | according as it extends to more numerous and more remote ~objects; 21 2, 179 | its imitation it begets a numerous offspring of good ~deeds." 22 3, 1 | who was coming, the more numerous was the ~band of heralds 23 3, 65 | of the New Law are "less numerous" than those of the Old Law. 24 3, 65 | of the old Law were more numerous, on account of the various ~ 25 3, 88 | thereto, so that the more numerous or the greater the sins ~ 26 Suppl, 14| those works might be so numerous, ~that the pain of hell 27 Suppl, 54| men took no account of so numerous a kindred, and thus the ~ 28 Suppl, 85| punished, because the more numerous those with whom they ~will 29 Suppl, 85| corruptions ~of error were so numerous, that some looked forward


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