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grades 44
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gradual 1
gradually 29
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29 goodwill
29 gospels
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29 gradually
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29 half
29 imitation
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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gradually

   Part, Question
1 1, 44 | The ancient philosophers gradually, and as it were step ~by 2 1, 53 | when it ~begins to move, it gradually quits the first palm and 3 1, 45 | The ancient philosophers gradually, and as it were step ~by 4 1, 54 | when it ~begins to move, it gradually quits the first palm and 5 1, 107| cause and effect; as when we gradually arrive at one ~conclusion 6 1, 117| continuous movement, proceeding gradually from the ~imperfect to the 7 1, 117| offspring, and is ~subsequently gradually brought to perfection; this 8 1, 118| does not remain, but is gradually destroyed and renewed: thus 9 1, 118| remains, but the matter is ~gradually consumed, and other matter 10 1, 118| from potentiality to act gradually: hence in things generated 11 2, 48 | our estimate thereof is gradually lessened the further the ~ 12 2, 51 | enkindle at once; ~but it gradually expels contrary dispositions, 13 2, 53 | Consequently all habits that are gradually ~undermined by contrary 14 2, 54 | in ~the subject, and is gradually perfected. The same applies 15 2, 72 | precepts, was that men might be gradually led to virtue, first ~by 16 2, 80 | devil is the cause, "extends gradually ~through all the approaches 17 2, 96 | virtue, not ~suddenly, but gradually. Wherefore it does not lay 18 2, 97 | human reason to advance gradually from ~the imperfect to the 19 2, 113| makes suddenly, sometimes ~gradually and successively, as stated 20 2, 10 | they were ~unmolested might gradually be converted to the faith. 21 2, 23 | but he must needs do so gradually and by little and ~little." 22 2, 130| self-confident: ~and so it gradually disposes a man to lose his 23 2, 140| and being ~suppressed is gradually weakened: for it was stronger 24 3, 7 | disposes, in such things as are gradually ~perfected; so it naturally 25 3, 36 | three ~suns were seen, which gradually merged into one [*Cf. Eusebius, 26 3, 39 | Hom. xl in Joan.), "He gradually leads them to the ~knowledge 27 3, 41 | with lighter sins, so as gradually to lead him to those of 28 3, 47 | those slain by others sink gradually from exhausted ~nature, 29 3, 75 | bread or wine is dissolved gradually into the ~original matter,


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