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commending 1
commends 8
commensurable 1
commensurate 31
commensurated 2
commensurateness 1
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31 celebrating
31 chaste
31 cleanses
31 commensurate
31 commentator
31 consenting
31 contingency
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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commensurate

   Part, Question
1 1, 8 | quantity of anything placed ~is commensurate to the quantity of the place; 2 1, 8 | totality of essence ~is not commensurate to the totality of place. 3 1, 52 | an angel can be deemed ~commensurate with a place, or that he 4 1, 53 | under the place, and is commensurate with the place. Hence it ~ 5 1, 53 | movement of a body to be commensurate with the ~place, and according 6 1, 53 | angel is not in a place as commensurate and ~contained, but rather 7 1, 53 | movement of an angel to be commensurate with the place, nor for 8 1, 53 | an angel can be deemed ~commensurate with a place, or that he 9 1, 54 | under the place, and is commensurate with the place. Hence it ~ 10 1, 54 | movement of a body to be commensurate with the ~place, and according 11 1, 54 | angel is not in a place as commensurate and ~contained, but rather 12 1, 54 | movement of an angel to be commensurate with the place, nor for 13 2, 60 | them depend on their being commensurate with someone else. In operations ~ 14 2, 72 | and passions should be ~commensurate with the rule of reason: 15 2, 55 | nature is adjusted to or commensurate with another ~person. Now 16 2, 55 | male by its very nature is commensurate ~with the female to beget 17 2, 55 | by her, and a parent is commensurate ~with the offspring to nourish 18 2, 55 | Secondly a thing is naturally ~commensurate with another person, not 19 2, 81 | quantity of a thing should be commensurate ~with its end, for instance 20 2, 81 | quantity of the dose should be ~commensurate with health. And so it is 21 2, 86 | would seem to denote ~a commensurate distribution or application 22 2, 116 | to an end must needs be commensurate ~with the end, as, for instance, 23 2, 116 | for instance, medicine is commensurate with health, as ~the Philosopher 24 2, 128 | things, that every action is ~commensurate with the power of the agent, 25 2, 131 | accomplish an action that is commensurate with its power: ~as is evident 26 2, 131 | to tend to ~that which is commensurate thereto. Wherefore as presumption 27 2, 134 | Cf. FS, Q[61], A[5]] is ~commensurate with human nature; and consequently 28 3, 57 | instant, because it ~must be commensurate with space, according to 29 3, 75 | which by its dimensions is commensurate with the ~place; but in 30 3, 76 | namely, ~inasmuch as it is commensurate with the place according 31 Suppl, 80| the bounds of a place is commensurate with the distance ~between


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