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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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fed

   Part, Question
1 1, 91 | say that the ~crowds were fed with five loaves, or that 2 1, 95 | nor for ~food, since they fed on the trees of paradise - 3 1, 118 | then fire is said to be fed. Wherefore if the entire 4 2, 68 | sons, that ~by turns they fed one another." Now the sons 5 2, 73 | one who begot him, ~who fed him, who educated him, to 6 2, 102 | know the bread wherewith I fed you in the wilderness." 7 2, 23 | whom charity has to be ~fed or fostered lest it be destroyed: 8 2, 30 | man in ~hunger is to be fed rather than instructed, 9 2, 30 | hunger: if thou hast not fed him, thou hast slain ~him" [* 10 2, 30 | hunger, if thou hast not fed him, thou hast slain him". ~ 11 2, 30 | Eliseus who slew his oxen and fed ~the poor with what he had, 12 2, 93 | Christ, the raven that fed Elias, and the whale that 13 2, 115 | who slew ~his oxen and fed the poor, that he might 14 2, 145 | in sign whereof our Lord fed four thousand men with seven ~ 15 2, 146 | worthless body, men desire to be fed," ~wherein namely the pleasure 16 2, 166 | feeding him, if thou hast not fed him, thou hast slain him."~ 17 2, 173 | Dial. ii, 3) that "he who fed the swine ~debased himself 18 2, 173 | It is thus ~that "he who fed the swine debased himself"; 19 2, 184 | Eliseus who slew his oxen, and fed the poor with ~that which 20 2, 185 | toil with a view to being fed and clothed in idleness, ~ 21 2, 185 | Preachers have the right to be fed by those to whom they ~preach: 22 2, 187 | the Church as it were and fed with milk until ~Pentecost, 23 2, 187 | because I was first of all ~fed with milk, which is the 24 3, 40 | possible for them to be fed out of a common fund, but ~ 25 3, 74 | wherewith men ~are commonly fed, are employed in this sacrament 26 3, 76 | eating, as men commonly are fed on the flesh of animals, 27 Suppl, 41| birth, or are ~sufficiently fed by their mother; and in 28 Suppl, 54| substance of the person fed has more in common with 29 Suppl, 77| suppose that some one is fed entirely on embryos in ~


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