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ox 41
oxen 25
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oza 1
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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oxen

   Part, Question
1 1, 22 | God doth not care for ~oxen [*Vulg. 'Doth God take care 2 1, 22 | Doth God take care for oxen?']": and we may say the 3 1, 22 | the Apostle ~withdraws oxen from the care of God: not, 4 1, 23 | individuals, the ~number of oxen, flies and such like, is 5 1, 102 | God hath no care for ~oxen." But he that governs has 6 1, 102 | that "God hath no care for ~oxen," he does not wholly withdraw 7 2, 102 | sacrifice ~to God, viz. oxen, sheep and goats; of birds, 8 2, 102 | thereof); while they employed oxen for ~agriculture, which 9 2, 102 | does not "take ~care for oxen," and, therefore, neither 10 2, 102 | that "God has no care for oxen"; because God does not ask 11 2, 102 | of ~man what he does with oxen or other animals.~Aquin.: 12 2, 103 | the blood of goats and of oxen, and the ~ashes of a heifer, 13 2, 103 | impossible that with the blood of oxen and goats sin should be 14 2, 105 | thief "shall restore five oxen for one ox, and four ~sheep 15 2, 105 | their regard, so that five oxen were to be ~restored for 16 2, 2 | written (Job 1:14): "The oxen were ploughing, and ~the 17 2, 2 | who are denoted by the oxen.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[6] 18 2, 30 | imitate Eliseus who slew his oxen and fed ~the poor with what 19 2, 59 | he shall restore five oxen for one ox and four sheep 20 2, 60 | it, he shall restore five oxen for one ox, ~and four sheep 21 2, 64 | he shall restore have oxen ~for one ox, and four sheep 22 2, 85 | Of all the tithes of oxen and ~sheep and goats, that 23 2, 115 | Eliseus did, who slew ~his oxen and fed the poor, that he 24 2, 184 | did Eliseus who slew his oxen, and fed the poor with ~ 25 Suppl, 19| the blood of goats and of ~oxen." Hence it is clear that


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