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armentar 1
armies 2
armor 6
arms 28
army 38
arose 42
around 27
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28 administration
28 admonition
28 ark
28 arms
28 assumes
28 befit
28 betrothed
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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arms

   Part, Question
1 1, 76 | naturally provided with arms, as claws, ~teeth, and horns; 2 1, 75 | naturally provided with arms, as claws, ~teeth, and horns; 3 1, 90 | with covering ~and natural arms of defense, in which man 4 1, 90 | whereby he can make himself arms and ~clothes, and other 5 2, 44 | For the same reason the arms and ~hands tremble. Or else 6 2, 38 | counselled to cast aside their arms, and to give up soldiering ~ 7 2, 38 | exercises in warlike feats of arms are not all ~forbidden, 8 2, 38 | were called "exercises of arms" or "bloodless ~wars," as 9 2, 38 | themselves to ~material arms, but by means of spiritual 10 2, 38 | not indeed by taking up arms themselves, ~but by affording 11 2, 38 | if any of them take up arms themselves.~Aquin.: SMT 12 2, 38 | are forbidden to take up arms, not as ~though it were 13 2, 48 | external things, such as arms ~and horses, but in so far 14 2, 86 | thus when a man takes up arms he solemnizes the fact ~ 15 2, 86 | certain display of horses and arms and a ~concourse of soldiers, 16 2, 121| and practice in the use of arms, ~think little of the dangers 17 2, 185| man with hands instead of arms and clothes, with which 18 2, 186| it is enjoined ~to take arms in defense of the Holy Land.~ 19 2, 186| thing to employ spiritual ~arms in defending the faithful 20 2, 187| the point, because "the arms of ~Saul," as a gloss on 21 3, 44 | hate and ~terrible with arms, yet did that one word . . . 22 3, 46 | Moses stretched ~forth his arms with rod in hand; lastly, 23 3, 67 | other without hands or ~arms; for then the mutilated 24 3, 72 | to ~conquer. Confirmation arms and strengthens those to 25 3, 79 | is protected by means ~of arms by which he defends his 26 3, 83 | priest to stretch out his arms at times, to join his hands, ~ 27 3, 83 | priest in extending his arms signifies the outstretching 28 3, 83 | outstretching of ~Christ's arms upon the cross. He also


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