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uniqueness 1
unisexual 1
unit 9
unite 28
united 934
unitedly 7
unites 50
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28 traced
28 undergo
28 unfit
28 unite
28 urgent
28 utter
28 varies
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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unite

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | themselves different cannot unite unless something causes 2 1, 3 | something causes them ~to unite. But God is uncaused, as 3 1, 61 | they and corporeal natures unite in constituting one universe. ~ 4 1, 76 | harmonize the elements, and unite them together.~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 62 | they and corporeal natures unite in constituting one universe. ~ 6 1, 75 | harmonize the elements, and unite them together.~Aquin.: SMT 7 2, 27 | reality are ~united, and to unite together, after a fashion, 8 2, 28 | uniting, or ~seeking to unite two together, the lover, 9 2, 28 | saying that "it seeks to unite," ~he refers to real union.~ 10 2, 68 | theological virtues which unite man to God. On the ~other 11 2, 102 | that it was forbidden to unite the ~simplicity of innocence, 12 2, 111 | forth, men ~are induced to unite themselves to their last 13 2, 1 | the soul. Likewise they unite the conception and nativity 14 2, 19 | God's Son should deign to unite Himself to our ~nature?" 15 2, 81 | surrender ourselves to God and ~unite ourselves to Him." Now union 16 2, 170 | not directly intended to unite ~man's affections to God, 17 3, 1 | Further, it is not fitting to unite things that are infinitely ~ 18 3, 1 | infinite ~goodness, should unite it to Himself for man's 19 3, 2 | and ~hence He is said to unite and not to assume. So likewise 20 3, 5 | necessary that ~the Word should unite it to Himself.~Aquin.: SMT 21 3, 26 | is to join ~together and unite those between whom he mediates: 22 3, 26 | the mean [medio]. Now to unite men to God perfectively 23 3, 26 | belongs to Him, as man, to unite men to God, by communicating 24 3, 45 | righteous, because He will ~unite them to Himself," according 25 3, 53 | But the ~body could not unite the soul with itself, since 26 Suppl, 65| children. Hence ~birds that unite together in rearing their 27 Suppl, 70| 8/8~Accordingly we must unite all the aforesaid modes 28 Suppl, 72| power of water tends to unite rather than to separate; ~


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