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men 2649
menaced 1
mend 19
mendac 8
mendacio 4
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19 mathematical
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19 memor
19 mend
19 mixing
19 morose
19 mort
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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mend

   Part, Question
1 2, 87 | their parents, ~they fail to mend their ways. The text adds, " 2 2, 11 | resistance, and, refusing to mend their ~pernicious and deadly 3 2, 11 | careful ~anxiety, ready to mend their opinion, when they 4 2, 38 | Augustine states (Contra Mend. ~xv). Therefore, as one 5 2, 71 | sin in order that he may mend, whether one denounce it, 6 2, 81 | enemies in order that they may mend their ways. ~Thus prayer 7 2, 106| descendants at least may mend their ways; yet ~should 8 2, 108| for Augustine says (Contra Mend. xii) that ~"a lie is a 9 2, 108| Augustine says (Contra Mend. x): "Let no one doubt that ~ 10 2, 108| Augustine says (Lib. De Mend. xxi): "Whoever thinks ~ 11 2, 108| Augustine declares (Contra Mend. i).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[110] 12 2, 108| Augustine observes (Lib. De Mend. v), the ~deeds of certain 13 2, 108| Augustine says ~(Lib. De Mend. v): "We must believe that 14 2, 108| Super. Gen. xxvi; Contra Mend. x; Contra Faust. ~xxii). 15 2, 108| Augustine says ~(Contra Mend. x).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[110] 16 2, 108| Augustine says (Lib. De Mend. v), "it is not a lie to 17 2, 108| Augustine says (Lib. De Mend. xvii) that "it is a ~precept 18 3, 82 | for a time, that they may mend; but the exercise is ~withdrawn 19 3, 89 | other hand, those who do not mend their corrupt and wicked


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