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lethargy 1
lets 1
letter 83
letters 24
letting 3
lettuces 2
leucippus 1
Frequency    [«  »]
24 indirect
24 infants
24 jew
24 letters
24 lot
24 marital
24 mirth
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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letters

   Part, Question
1 2, 14 | counsel how ~to form his letters, for this is determined 2 2, 102 | the nature of the sound, letters ~and syllables of which 3 2, 94 | Gospel? In the shapes of the letters ~or in the understanding 4 2, 171 | various arrangements of the letters of the alphabet convey various 5 2, 186 | Because I ~have not known letters [Douay: 'learning'], I will 6 2, 186 | themselves to the study ~of letters.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 7 2, 186 | Therefore the study of letters does not ~become religious.~ 8 2, 186 | Accordingly the study of letters ~is becoming to the religious 9 2, 186 | life, to which the study of letters ~helps in a twofold manner. 10 2, 186 | another way the study ~of letters is a help to the contemplative 11 2, 186 | 3~Secondly, the study of letters is necessary in those religious 12 2, 186 | without having studied letters, because, as Jerome says ( 13 2, 186 | 3~Thirdly, the study of letters is becoming to religious 14 2, 186 | established for the study of letters.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 15 2, 186 | killeth." Hence ~not to know letters is to disapprove of the 16 2, 186 | speaking here of ~the study of letters, but of the study of dissensions 17 2, 186 | philosophers professed the study of letters in the ~matter of secular 18 2, 186 | chiefly to the study of letters in reference to the doctrine ~ 19 3, 9 | Himself to the study of letters, by which knowledge is ~ 20 3, 9 | How doth this Man know letters, having never learned?" ~ 21 3, 42 | as it were, entitled as letters to Peter and Paul, for that 22 3, 43 | a man is the ~bearer of letters sealed with the king's ring, 23 Suppl, 24| one who tampers with the ~letters of the Holy See; the sixth 24 Suppl, 26| alone the Pope, ~in his letters, addresses as "brethren,"


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