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flogging 2
flood 1
flood-gates 2
flour 15
flourish 5
flourished 1
flourishes 1
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15 expectation
15 expiate
15 fellow
15 flour
15 foes
15 forgiving
15 forsaking
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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flour

   Part, Question
1 2, 102| ears of corn, sometimes of flour, ~sometimes of bread, this 2 2, 102| even bread he might offer flour or ears of corn.~Aquin.: 3 2, 102| patriarchs; He ~was like flour in the doctrine of the Law 4 2, 84 | offering shall be ~of fine flour." If, on the other hand, 5 3, 74 | entire body, and mixed with flour." Others, ~styled Aquarii, 6 3, 74 | dissolves species. But wheaten flour is hardly to ~be found unmixed 7 3, 74 | Augustine ~says (Q[83]): "The flour within the barley, wrapped 8 3, 74 | leaven is mixed with the flour." Hence, as a ~priest sins 9 3, 74 | Bread is made of water and flour; and therefore, since ~water 10 3, 74 | neither the Lord's body be of flour only, except ~both," i.e. 11 3, 74 | except ~both," i.e. the flour and the water "be united 12 3, 74 | admixture ~of water with the flour is necessary for this sacrament. 13 3, 74 | the mixing of water with flour is essential ~to this sacrament, 14 3, 74 | water, be mixed with the flour, the ~sacrament would not 15 3, 75 | baking the matter made ~up of flour and water.~Aquin.: SMT TP


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