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receipt 3
receive 1070
received 803
receiver 27
receivers 2
receives 437
receiveth 2
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27 practiced
27 preferable
27 puberty
27 receiver
27 regist
27 remnants
27 remuneration
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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receiver

   Part, Question
1 1, 4 | to ~other things as the receiver is to the received; but 2 1, 4 | as the ~received to the receiver. When therefore I speak 3 1, 42 | the Son by relation of receiver.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 4 1, 76 | to the condition of the receiver. But the form of the thing ~ 5 1, 76 | to the condition of the ~receiver. Therefore the species of 6 1, 42 | the Son by relation of receiver.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 7 1, 75 | to the condition of the receiver. But the form of the thing ~ 8 1, 75 | to the condition of the ~receiver. Therefore the species of 9 1, 83 | the received ~is in the receiver according to the mode of 10 1, 83 | according to the mode of the receiver. We must ~conclude, therefore, 11 2, 30 | wherein both giver and receiver contravene the justice ~ 12 2, 59 | belongings, the one that is the receiver, ~will have 6, and the other 13 2, 60 | the case of the giver and receiver who ~are guilty of simony. 14 2, 60 | to him: and, since ~the receiver acted against the law in 15 2, 60 | when, to wit, a man is a receiver of thieves, and gives them ~ 16 2, 75 | utility accruing to ~the receiver: and this utility sometimes 17 2, 75 | given, for instance if the receiver be in great need of that 18 2, 85 | same person is giver and receiver, even as agent and ~patient, 19 2, 105 | Between the giver and the ~receiver of a favor there is this 20 3, 64 | may be ~impetrated for the receiver of the sacrament through 21 3, 72 | in the ~giver and in the receiver, so also does the sacrament 22 3, 72 | becoming that both giver and ~receiver should be fasting.~Aquin.: 23 3, 83 | regards the ~condition of the receiver. Consequently, if after 24 Suppl, 14| something to ~which the receiver has no claim. In this sense 25 Suppl, 56| relationship contracted between the receiver and the ~received at the 26 Suppl, 79| received be fitting to the receiver and ~perfect it, or contrary 27 Suppl, 87| according ~to the mode of the receiver and not of the received."


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