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focused 1
focusing 1
fodder 1
foe 20
foes 15
foetal 1
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20 expose
20 fearful
20 flowing
20 foe
20 fount
20 glorification
20 glorify
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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foe

   Part, Question
1 2, 6 | instance, a man may kill a foe, whom he wishes ~to kill, 2 2, 6 | indeed wish to kill his foe, but killed him in ~ignorance, 3 2, 40 | consequently prove dangerous to the foe.~ 4 2, 42 | hidden; for instance if the foe hides himself in ambush: 5 2, 100 | make a compact with the foe, ~than to be insolent to 6 2, 2 | death, and to charge at the foe with ~danger to oneself, 7 2, 29 | than a kinsman who is a foe. ~Therefore in doing acts 8 2, 33 | vexatious and ~persistent foe to the hermit." Therefore 9 2, 38 | suffering at the hands of the ~foe. Now this seems to be above 10 2, 42 | who fight and conquer the foe, which is the ~commander' 11 2, 62 | as a soldier slays the ~foe by the authority of his 12 2, 62 | soldier ~fighting against the foe, and in the minister of 13 2, 69 | should keep faith even with a foe, as Tully says (De offic. 14 2, 86 | continency man overcomes a foe within himself, or to the ~ 15 2, 115 | wield his sword ~against the foe, but also to sharpen his 16 2, 185 | xxviii): "The most cunning foe has scattered on all ~sides 17 3, 41 | His adversary, since the foe of the ~human race was vanquished, 18 3, 81 | friend, comes to His table a foe?" But (Judas) did not receive 19 3, 89 | and bravely attacks the foe, ~than of one who has never 20 Suppl, 93| never to have yielded to the foe: and the crown is due, not


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