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qualia 1
qualification 21
qualifications 5
qualified 20
qualifies 4
qualify 11
qualifying 6
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20 prefers
20 preside
20 privately
20 qualified
20 qui
20 quicken
20 quit
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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qualified

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | rather we will it in a qualified manner; for the will is 2 1, 19 | of a murderer, but in a qualified manner ~he would will him 3 1, 19 | as he is a man. Such a ~qualified will may be called a willingness 4 2, 7 | acts; for a thing ~is never qualified, formally speaking, by that 5 2, 59 | the assertion should be qualified": they ~should have said 6 2, 26 | understood as though "wholly" qualified the lover: ~and thus again 7 2, 66 | they be in other respects ~qualified to accuse, it is lawful 8 2, 121 | life, this opinion must ~be qualified: and if we wish to judge 9 3, 16 | The words quoted must be qualified, i.e. we must say that ~ 10 3, 67 | souls. But women ~are not qualified for this; according to 1 11 Suppl, 36| he raise some who are not qualified, he would seem to be excusable.~ 12 Suppl, 36| an order, that ~he may be qualified to exercise it. Now a man 13 Suppl, 37| given, whereby ~they are qualified for exalted duties, wherefore 14 Suppl, 39| at the time they are not qualified for the offices ~entrusted 15 Suppl, 39| to them, they will become qualified by being habituated ~thereto. 16 Suppl, 43| necessary for ~each to be qualified to contract, and thus the 17 Suppl, 45| between persons lawfully qualified to contract ~makes a marriage, 18 Suppl, 47| sometimes those who are qualified for the purpose are ~unwilling 19 Suppl, 52| own ~sake, because it is qualified by honesty; whereas slavery 20 Suppl, 58| reason, ~which is not yet qualified to give rightly that consent


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