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term 723
termed 44
terminal 2
terminate 22
terminated 48
terminates 34
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22 submits
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22 terminate
22 tomorrow
22 triple
22 usually
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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terminate

   Part, Question
1 1, 63 | impossible for each operation to terminate in the one ~instant. Now 2 1, 64 | impossible for each operation to terminate in the one ~instant. Now 3 1, 80 | concupiscible ~appetite and terminate in them; for instance, anger 4 1, 114 | wherefore its action can terminate in a substantial form; ~ 5 2, 23 | all the irascible passions terminate in the concupiscible ~passions: 6 2, 25 | passions both arise from and ~terminate in the passions of the concupiscible 7 2, 41 | concupiscible faculty, and terminate therein, as stated above ( 8 2, 46 | because all its ~movements terminate in anger; and because, of 9 2, 60 | viz. love; and they ~all terminate in the same end, viz. joy 10 2, 65 | viz. love and hatred, and terminate in ~certain others, viz. 11 2, 1 | of the believer does not ~terminate in a proposition, but in 12 2, 2 | the virtuous act should terminate in its ~proper and direct 13 2, 2 | that a virtuous act should terminate in those ~things which have 14 2, 80 | dead or living, does not ~terminate in them, but passes on to 15 3, 3 | things indifferently, it can terminate its action ~in any of them 16 3, 65 | nearly all the sacraments terminate in the Eucharist, as Dionysius ~ 17 Suppl, 54| actually but two points which ~terminate it, but infinite points 18 Suppl, 72| movement is natural if it ~terminate in a natural rest (Phys. 19 Suppl, 80| term, even ~as two lines terminate in one point. And consequently 20 Suppl, 81| at which different ~lines terminate. But this is not enough, 21 Suppl, 88| movement would not ~naturally terminate in rest. Hence we must agree 22 Suppl, 88| concerned, and never to terminate in rest, ~although the movement


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