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wider 12
widespreading 1
widest 1
widow 30
widowhood 17
widows 35
wield 2
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30 veil
30 violated
30 west
30 widow
30 withstand
30 xxxv
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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widow

   Part, Question
1 1, 94 | absolute ~and proportional. The widow who put two mites into the 2 1, 94 | proportionate degree the widow gave more, as Our Lord ~ 3 2, 105 | the fatherless, and the widow . . . ~shall come and shall 4 2, 30 | read ~(Lk. 21:3) of the widow who cast two brass mites 5 2, 30 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The widow who gave less in quantity, 6 2, 30 | Lk. 21:3,4) commended the widow because ~"of her want, she 7 2, 63 | the fatherless, nor the widow when she poureth out ~her 8 2, 63 | her complaint." Now the widow and the orphan are not connected 9 2, 85 | the fatherless, and the widow, that are within thy gates, 10 2, 94 | judge who scarcely heard the widow's request."~Aquin.: SMT 11 2, 151 | we prefer the good of the widow Anna, ~and much more that 12 2, 152 | seduction ~if a man abduct a widow or one who is not a virgin. 13 2, 187 | says (1 Tim. 5:4): "If any widow have children or grandchildren, 14 3, 31 | the law did not forbid his widow to ~remarry, Melchi, who 15 3, 31 | family as Mathan, married his widow, who ~bore him a son, called 16 3, 31 | issue, married the latter's widow, according to the ~prescription 17 3, 79 | 43: cf. Lk. 21:4) ~of the widow who offered "two mites" 18 3, 89 | Braga]: "If a man marry a ~widow or the relict of another, 19 Suppl, 39| priestess [presbytera] means a ~widow, for the word "presbyter" 20 Suppl, 55| marrying ~another man's widow would contract affinity 21 Suppl, 55| former cannot marry ~his widow on account of the second 22 Suppl, 55| Again if a man A ~marry a widow B, C, a relation of her 23 Suppl, 66| fourth, when a man marries a widow. Accordingly ~irregularity 24 Suppl, 66| says: "If a ~Reader marry a widow, let him remain a Reader, 25 Suppl, 67| priest could not ~marry a widow or a divorced woman.~Aquin.: 26 Suppl, 93| one ~that is not his, the widow from both hers and not hers, 27 Suppl, 93| fruit is ~not due to every widow, but only, as some say, 28 Suppl, 93| one who vows to remain ~a widow. Therefore it would seem 29 Suppl, 93| is more perfect ~than the widow's, for the most perfect 30 Suppl, 93| fruit is due, not to every widow, but only to ~those who


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