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forecasts 1
forefathers 7
foregather 1
forego 26
foregoing 68
foregone 23
forehead 23
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26 fills
26 forego
26 hay
26 heads
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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forego

   Part, Question
1 2, 30 | would seem praiseworthy to forego the ~requirements of one' 2 2, 31 | Therefore one ought to ~forego fraternal correction, when 3 2, 41 | sake of procuring it, to forego doing what he wishes to 4 2, 41 | avoid scandal we should forego whatever it ~is possible 5 2, 41 | Therefore ~one ought to forego a spiritual good in order 6 2, 41 | Therefore one ought not to forego that which ~is necessary 7 2, 41 | would no longer be right to forego that spiritual ~good in 8 2, 41 | goods whatever. But we ~forego what we love less for the 9 2, 41 | more. Therefore we ~should forego temporal goods in order 10 2, 41 | than food. But we ~ought to forego taking food on account of 11 2, 41 | it seems that we ought to forego ~temporal goods on account 12 2, 41 | we ought, seemingly, to forego least of all those ~temporal 13 2, 41 | goods: and yet we ought ~to forego them on account of scandal. 14 2, 41 | therefore, ought we to forego other temporal ~goods in 15 2, 41 | scandal, we are bound to ~forego them, and sometimes we are 16 2, 41 | not so bound, whether we forego them by ~giving them up, 17 2, 41 | little ones) we must ~either forego such temporalities altogether, 18 2, 41 | Pharisees: and we ought not to forego temporal goods for ~the 19 2, 41 | are not always bound to forego our temporal ~goods in order 20 2, 41 | Hence it behooved him ~to forego it for the time being, so 21 2, 61 | Church. Yet he would have ~to forego so doing for fear of scandal, 22 2, 99 | assistance, it is lawful to forego their service, ~so as to 23 2, 166| the Church ~rather than forego, such like amusements. Sometimes, 24 2, 183| no obstacle should a man forego the work of ~his own salvation, 25 3, 7 | wishing to retain it, so as to forego what ought to be done. But 26 3, 30 | that therefore he ought to forego the vision of an angel. ~


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