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corruptible 189
corrupting 11
corruption 439
corruptions 14
corruptive 20
corruptives 1
corrupts 29
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14 conquered
14 construed
14 contradistinguished
14 corruptions
14 crowd
14 crowned
14 cruet
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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corruptions

   Part, Question
1 1, 46 | arts, by reason of various corruptions and accidents, were subject 2 1, 49 | by accident, causes the corruptions of things, according to 3 1, 47 | arts, by reason of various corruptions and accidents, were subject 4 1, 50 | by accident, causes the corruptions of things, according to 5 1, 117 | through many generations and corruptions we arrive at the ultimate ~ 6 2, 72 | Now individual defects are corruptions of individual ~circumstances. 7 2, 83 | 1/1~I answer that, Those corruptions especially are said to be 8 2, 58 | called, not laws, but rather corruptions of law, as stated above ( 9 2, 62 | itself in being, and resists ~corruptions so far as it can. Wherefore 10 2, 121 | the power of resisting corruptions, and in another sense is 11 3, 77 | between each of the aforesaid ~corruptions; because, when the body 12 Suppl, 66| in which there are many ~corruptions, while the spouse signifies 13 Suppl, 72| elements, there are many ~corruptions, generations and alterations 14 Suppl, 85| were so bitter, and the corruptions ~of error were so numerous,


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