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seventy 6
seventy-seven 2
seventy-two 9
sever 25
several 713
severally 7
severance 4
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25 satisfies
25 scip
25 sepulchre
25 sever
25 shepherds
25 slime
25 sown
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sever

   Part, Question
1 2, 5 | consequently no other agent can ~sever the mind from that union. 2 2, 89 | otherwise they would not sever ~the soul from its heavenly 3 2, 102 | Abraham was the ~first to sever himself from the infidels, 4 2, 12 | discord," ~endeavoring to sever others from the faith even 5 2, 12 | soweth discord," in order ~to sever others from the faith. Consequently, 6 2, 33 | for ~this again would not sever sloth from carnal vices, 7 2, 35 | disaccord with ~man is to sever oneself from another's will. 8 2, 37 | the schismatic ~intends to sever himself from that unity 9 2, 68 | probable that the assertion of sever witnesses contains the ~ 10 2, 72 | a tale-bearer intends to sever friendship, as appears ~ 11 2, 72 | the tale-bearer strives to sever ~friendship on both sides. 12 2, 72 | while he ~that strives to sever friendship seems to act 13 2, 88 | by ~adjuring them, is to sever oneself from their fellowship.~ 14 3, 29 | thought that Joseph ought to sever his union ~with Mary" (since 15 3, 81 | His teaching ~authority to sever Judas, a hidden sinner, 16 Suppl, 23| care: hence she does not sever ~those, whom she excommunicates, 17 Suppl, 55| the Church, she ought to sever the aforesaid union.~Aquin.: 18 Suppl, 55| accusation ~in order to sever a marriage contracted between 19 Suppl, 55| it is least difficult to sever the tie. Now this is when ~ 20 Suppl, 56| supervening ~impediment can sever it. Hence it happens sometimes 21 Suppl, 65| rearing their young do not sever their ~mutual fellowship 22 Suppl, 69| Abraham, ~who was the first to sever himself from the body of 23 Suppl, 80| definition of a line, because to sever the definition from the 24 Suppl, 83| Reply OBJ 4: Pain does not sever the soul from the body, 25 Suppl, 83| pain ~will be, it will not sever the body from the soul.~


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