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hedged 4
hedges 1
hedib 1
heed 20
heedful 2
heeding 3
heedlessness 1
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20 glorification
20 glorify
20 guarded
20 heed
20 hereby
20 herod
20 hours
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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heed

   Part, Question
1 2, 34 | of the evil man gives no heed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[34] A[ 2 2, 42 | death is not near, they heed it not." ~Secondly, a future 3 2, 95 | alone in society, paying no heed to others: thirdly, it depends 4 2, 101 | Observe [Douay: 'Take heed'] and beware lest at any 5 2, 16 | 4: "Let every man ~take heed of his neighbor, and let 6 2, 31 | ministry [*Vulg.: 'Take heed to ~the ministry which thou 7 2, 65 | truth, he should pay no heed to the evidence, but should ~ 8 2, 130 | written (Mt. 6:1): "Take heed, that you do not ~give justice 9 2, 152 | written (Tob. 4:13): "Take heed to keep thyself . ~. . from 10 2, 182 | says (Acts ~20:28): "Take heed to yourselves" and "to the 11 2, 187 | Ecclus. 37:14,15), "Give no heed to these ~in any matter 12 3, 31 | which ~nature does not heed, and therefore expels. Of 13 3, 54 | anyone ~may add, let him take heed not to add corruption, lest 14 3, 75 | accordingly, not paying heed to these things, have contended ~ 15 3, 83 | from the server's want of heed that ~water is not added 16 Suppl, 12| for the past, and takes heed for the ~future. Accordingly 17 Suppl, 12| compensation for the past from the heed taken for the future, for 18 Suppl, 12| detestation: whereas when taking heed of the future, we begin 19 Suppl, 65| according to Tobias 4:13, "Take heed to keep thyself . . . from 20 Suppl, 72| wicked, who will pay little heed to the ~signs of the coming


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