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length 103
leniency 4
lenient 4
lent 29
lenten 6
leo 48
leonine 25
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29 inclinations
29 initial
29 julian
29 lent
29 leper
29 maketh
29 manifests
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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lent

   Part, Question
1 1, 29 | express relation, as it lent itself to that ~signification, 2 2, 105 | person to whom they were lent, they perished or ~deteriorated 3 2, 105 | been saved through being lent, the lender would have ~ 4 2, 76 | money as a price for money lent, which ~is to receive usury?~( 5 2, 76 | to take usury for money lent?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 6 2, 76 | to take usury for money lent. ~For no man sins through 7 2, 76 | exacted it," i.e. ~the money lent, "with usury." Therefore 8 2, 76 | To take usury for money lent is unjust in itself, because ~ 9 2, 76 | payment ~for the use of money lent, which payment is known 10 2, 76 | If a man . . . hath not lent upon money, nor ~taken any 11 2, 76 | is repaid as much as he lent. Wherefore if ~he exacts 12 2, 76 | restitution of the amount lent. It must be ~observed, however, 13 2, 76 | consideration for money ~lent?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 14 2, 76 | consideration for money lent. For everyone may lawfully 15 2, 76 | else besides ~the money lent.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 16 2, 76 | from one to whom one has lent money. Therefore in like 17 2, 76 | receive interest for money lent.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 18 2, 76 | accept a pledge for money lent, the use of ~which pledge 19 2, 76 | receive ~interest for money lent.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 20 2, 76 | consideration for ~money lent.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 21 2, 76 | were, in return for money lent, as though there ~had been 22 2, 76 | greater sum than the amount ~lent, which has to be paid back: 23 2, 76 | man in return for money lent to him pledges something ~ 24 2, 80 | after fourth Sunday of ~Lent]: "That we who are punished 25 2, 145 | during ~the six weeks of Lent) "we pay God a tithe of 26 2, 145 | Consecratione] says: "During Lent those are by no means to 27 2, 167 | restraint, for they have lent their art to lust, by abusing 28 Suppl, 6 | bound to confess before ~Lent, which is the time of penance 29 Suppl, 28| follows: "On the first day of Lent, these ~penitents clothed


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