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procreation 54
procul 2
procurations 1
procure 28
procured 24
procures 13
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28 physical
28 prescribe
28 pro
28 procure
28 product
28 punishes
28 quarreling
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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procure

   Part, Question
1 1, 60 | everything ~naturally seeks to procure what is good for itself; 2 1, 62 | first is one which it can procure of its own ~natural power; 3 1, 62 | which the angel could procure by his natural power, he 4 1, 62 | then its action is said to procure the end; as man ~acquires 5 1, 63 | to a superior, if he can procure an advantage under an ~inferior 6 1, 61 | everything ~naturally seeks to procure what is good for itself; 7 1, 63 | first is one which it can procure of its own ~natural power; 8 1, 63 | which the angel could procure by his natural power, he 9 1, 63 | then its action is said to procure the end; as man ~acquires 10 1, 64 | to a superior, if he can procure an advantage under an ~inferior 11 1, 98 | often have been unable to procure something pleasurable ~offered 12 1, 112 | the angelic offices to ~procure what concerns the salvation 13 2, 20 | we think we can easily procure it through ~others, even 14 2, 31 | evil is the same as ~to procure his good: and to procure 15 2, 31 | procure his good: and to procure a person's good is an act 16 2, 64 | things. One is the power to procure and dispense them, and in 17 2, 64 | man is more careful to ~procure what is for himself alone 18 2, 66 | which it is intended to procure by the accusation.~Aquin.: 19 2, 146 | However, it is no sin to procure vomiting as a remedy for 20 2, 148 | intoxicating drink in order to procure vomiting, since this is 21 2, 183 | so long as he ~is able to procure the spiritual welfare of 22 2, 183 | however, he be unable to procure the salvation of others 23 2, 186 | does not forbid them to procure these things in so far as 24 2, 186 | have the wherewithal to procure themselves food ~for one 25 3, 49 | it is by charity that we procure pardon of our ~sins, according 26 3, 49 | in order that He might procure His bodily glory with greater 27 3, 83 | receiving the body, he ought to procure ~another host which must 28 Suppl, 62| 4: Steps may be taken to procure a divorce on account also


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