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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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originally

   Part, Question
1 1, 15 | all the ~accidents that originally accompany it; whereas those 2 1, 67 | shown in the word "sight," originally applied to the act of the ~ 3 1, 71 | Avicenna held, but in the power originally given to ~the elements of 4 1, 68 | shown in the word "sight," originally applied to the act of the ~ 5 1, 71 | Avicenna held, but in the power originally given to ~the elements of 6 1, 78 | Essence of God, in which ~originally and virtually, all being 7 1, 108 | precedence is first and originally in ~God; and it is shared 8 1, 114 | they are ~principally and originally in the Word of God, as " 9 1, 118 | corporeal substance, is originally ~derived from Adam: and 10 2, 61 | considered as existing ~originally in God, and thus we speak 11 2, 80 | these ~forms are received originally from the senses.~Aquin.: 12 2, 81 | active power of generation originally derived from ~Adam, i.e. 13 2, 95 | legal just ~is that which originally was a matter of indifference." 14 2, 96 | the ~legal is that which originally was a matter of indifference, 15 2, 18 | inflicted on us justly; although originally ~this is due to the demerit 16 2, 60 | object. Hence it would seem originally ~to have applied chiefly 17 2, 81 | oratio' [prayer] which originally ~signified a speech, being 18 2, 116 | which seems to have been originally ~employed in connection 19 3, 1 | that sin which is handed on originally to posterity, but ~also 20 3, 31 | in him all nations sinned originally, as is clear from Rm. 5: 21 3, 31 | would have been in Adam ~originally when he sinned: therefore 22 Suppl, 65| inspiration, vouchsafed ~originally to the holy patriarchs, 23 Suppl, 77| contained implicitly and ~originally in the art. In like manner 24 Suppl, 77| the body is all contained originally and, in a way, implicitly 25 Suppl, 77| which the human race was ~originally fashioned: and that what


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