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16 eager
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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entirety

   Part, Question
1 1, 47 | effect which is ~best in its entirety; but this does not mean 2 1, 51 | not change place in their entirety; nor for the spirit ~which 3 1, 75 | virtue of itself, in its entirety, or by virtue of some part 4 1, 75 | virtue of itself in its entirety, then it is impossible ~ 5 1, 48 | effect which is ~best in its entirety; but this does not mean 6 1, 52 | not change place in their entirety; nor for the spirit ~which 7 1, 74 | virtue of itself, in its entirety, or by virtue of some part 8 1, 74 | virtue of itself in its entirety, then it is impossible ~ 9 1, 104 | power of bulk moves in its ~entirety; since it moves by the necessity 10 2, 28 | goods cannot, ~in their entirety, be possessed by many at 11 2, 28 | those things which, in their entirety, ~can be possessed by many: 12 2, 56 | altogether," i.e. in ~its entirety (Ethic. i, 13). Now the 13 2, 60 | them ~restores it in its entirety. Therefore he that takes 14 3, 23 | at the same time in its entirety without detriment ~to the 15 3, 25 | subsistent thing in its entirety: ~for we do not speak of 16 Suppl, 71| suffrages, and sometimes not ~entirety, but diminished.~Aquin.:


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