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stadium 1
staff 6
stag 11
stage 23
stage-players 1
stage-playing 1
stage-plays 3
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23 soldiering
23 sooner
23 stability
23 stage
23 suffrage
23 tables
23 tobias
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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stage

   Part, Question
1 1, 62 | not by passing from one stage to another; but to have 2 1, 63 | not by passing from one stage to another; but to have 3 1, 106 | the first to the second stage by the command of the will, 4 1, 106 | the second to the ~third stage by the will; for by the 5 2, 35 | from pains depicted on the stage: in so far as, in witnessing 6 2, 72 | sin of thought; the second stage is reached "when one ~is 7 2, 72 | thought"; and the third stage, ~"when consent is given 8 2, 2 | intellect's ~arrival at the stage of perfection that comes 9 2, 23 | man who has mounted to the stage ~of perfection, is satiated, 10 2, 92 | to be represented on the ~stage according to the fancies 11 2, 109 | those who come on to the stage with a disguised ~face, 12 2, 145 | Wherefore as long as the stage of growth lasts, ~which 13 3, 31 | brought to a ~more perfect stage of secretion by the mother' 14 3, 74 | unripe grapes is at the stage of incomplete ~generation, 15 3, 80 | medicine does not suit every stage of sickness; ~because the 16 Suppl, 32| consider the degree and the stage ~of the complaint, this 17 Suppl, 32| people lack, whatever be the stage of their sickness. But ~ 18 Suppl, 43| from another; the second ~stage is when a man can learn 19 Suppl, 43| calmed, man reaches the first stage of ~reason before his seventh 20 Suppl, 43| begins to ~reach the second stage at the end of his first 21 Suppl, 43| begins to reach the ~third stage at the end of his second 22 Suppl, 78| again at the most perfect stage of nature. Now ~human nature 23 Suppl, 78| nature is at the most perfect stage in the age of youth. Therefore ~


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