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tide 2
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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tied

   Part, Question
1 1, 43 | 53: "What is joined and tied in one body ~cannot be sent." 2 1, 43 | 53: "What is joined and tied in one body ~cannot be sent." 3 1, 88 | understanding when the ~senses are tied, and by a distracted imagination, 4 2, 2 | parts of the soul which are tied ~down to the body: just 5 2, 102 | and the hyssop should be tied to the ~cedar-wood with 6 2, 102 | Moses on a parchment, and tied it on their foreheads like 7 2, 47 | the mind, unless ~they be tied as it were to some corporeal 8 2, 148 | just as man's ~reason is tied by drunkenness, so is it 9 2, 183 | into solitude, they are so tied by the bonds of authority, 10 3, 34 | corruptible nature we are tied . . . But He alone is truly ~ 11 3, 56 | justice in itself is not tied down to Christ's Resurrection 12 3, 68 | God, Whose power is not tied to visible ~sacraments, 13 3, 68 | hand, whereon the midwife tied a scarlet thread, ~saying: 14 Suppl, 44| bond whereby things are tied together differs from their 15 Suppl, 44| joined ~in matrimony are tied together. Therefore it is 16 Suppl, 44| the bond by which they are tied formally, not ~effectively, 17 Suppl, 50| knot, but loose it not if tied."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[50] A[ 18 Suppl, 53| regards that to ~which man is tied, and the obligation under 19 Suppl, 53| because by ~marriage a man is tied to his wife, with the obligation 20 Suppl, 53| whereas by a vow a man is tied to God, with the obligation 21 Suppl, 53| the manner in which he is tied marriage is ~a stronger 22 Suppl, 54| denominated as though they were tied ~together: thus we speak 23 Suppl, 54| of nature are said to be tied by blood [consanguinei]. ~ 24 Suppl, 54| ancestor," ~who are thus tied together are the subject 25 Suppl, 61| But as long as she remains tied ~to one by marriage, she 26 Suppl, 73| OBJ 2: God's power is not tied to any particular second 27 Suppl, 79| Potentiality is twofold, tied and free: and this is true ~ 28 Suppl, 79| potentiality will remain tied ~by the triumph of the soul


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