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recount 1
recourse 65
recover 30
recovered 17
recovering 5
recovers 8
recovery 13
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17 quantitative
17 quis
17 rarefaction
17 recovered
17 rejoiced
17 released
17 repel
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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recovered

   Part, Question
1 1, 96 | grace; for the ~first man recovered grace by repentance, according 2 1, 96 | of grace. And though man recovered grace as ~regards remission 3 1, 118 | it be lost, it cannot be recovered, according to ~physicians. 4 1, 118 | physicians. But it could be recovered if the food were changed 5 2, 23 | lost charity; yet he soon recovered it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] 6 2, 30 | can nevertheless easily be recovered, so that he does ~not suffer 7 2, 104 | he sees me to have been recovered from such deep ~torpor of 8 2, 150 | Further, every virtue is recovered by penance. But virginity 9 2, 150 | penance. But virginity is ~not recovered by penance: wherefore Jerome 10 2, 150 | Reply OBJ 3: Virtue can be recovered by penance as regards that 11 2, 162 | would not ~thereby have recovered immortality, but by means 12 3, 89 | true unless virtues were recovered in equal measure. Therefore ~ 13 3, 89 | equal virtue is always recovered through Penance.~Aquin.: 14 Suppl, 4 | for the course cannot be ~recovered), it follows that the state 15 Suppl, 13| time once lost cannot be recovered, wherefore, as Seneca ~observes ( 16 Suppl, 14| seem that when a man has recovered charity his previous ~satisfaction 17 Suppl, 33| the lost effect may be recovered. And since health of body


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