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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 4 | to His simplicity. This suffices for the Reply to the Second 2 1, 13 | relation to creatures, but it suffices that they be imposed from 3 1, 14 | infinite. But equality suffices for comprehension, because 4 1, 14 | which is God's essence, suffices to represent all things. ~ 5 1, 19 | Further, if what is willed suffices the willer, he seeks nothing ~ 6 1, 19 | it. But His own goodness suffices God, and completely satisfies ~ 7 1, 19 | fact that His own goodness suffices the divine ~will, it does 8 1, 32 | while as regards ~others it suffices to prove that what faith 9 1, 35 | any ~kind of similitude suffices for the notion of image, 10 1, 39 | the divine essence. It ~suffices therefore to say that the 11 1, 40 | relative. Hence relation suffices for their distinction.~Aquin.: 12 1, 45 | animals, a universal agent ~suffices, and this is to be found 13 1, 52 | indivisible, great or small suffices, ~according as to his own 14 1, 59 | notion of good and true suffices for the difference of ~intellect 15 1, 62 | OBJ 2: Further, where one suffices, another is superfluous. 16 1, 64 | purity of ~nature; and this suffices for the knowledge of God 17 1, 69 | The authority of Scripture suffices.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 18 1, 70 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Suffices the authority of Scripture.~ 19 1, 70 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Suffices the authority of Scripture.~ 20 1, 71 | which the power of water suffices to produce. But the ~power 21 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Suffices the authority of Scripture.~ 22 1, 72 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Suffices the authority of Scripture.~ 23 1, 73 | resting in Himself, as He ~suffices for Himself and fulfils 24 1, 75 | thing to exist "per se," ~it suffices sometimes that it be not 25 1, 76 | each part of the ~body; it suffices that it be in some principle 26 1, 39 | the divine essence. It ~suffices therefore to say that the 27 1, 40 | relative. Hence relation suffices for their distinction.~Aquin.: 28 1, 46 | animals, a universal agent ~suffices, and this is to be found 29 1, 53 | indivisible, great or small suffices, ~according as to his own 30 1, 60 | notion of good and true suffices for the difference of ~intellect 31 1, 63 | OBJ 2: Further, where one suffices, another is superfluous. 32 1, 65 | purity of ~nature; and this suffices for the knowledge of God 33 1, 70 | The authority of Scripture suffices.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 34 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Suffices the authority of Scripture.~ 35 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Suffices the authority of Scripture.~ 36 1, 71 | which the power of water suffices to produce. But the ~power 37 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Suffices the authority of Scripture.~ 38 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Suffices the authority of Scripture.~ 39 1, 72 | resting in Himself, as He ~suffices for Himself and fulfils 40 1, 74 | thing to exist "per se," ~it suffices sometimes that it be not 41 1, 75 | each part of the ~body; it suffices that it be in some principle 42 1, 77 | proper and exterior sense suffices. But the proper ~and exterior 43 1, 77 | whom the ~imaginative power suffices thereto. To man also does 44 1, 78 | Therefore its immaterial nature suffices for forms to ~be received 45 1, 83 | the intelligible species suffices for the intellect to ~understand 46 1, 86 | mere ~presence of the mind suffices for the first; the mind 47 1, 90 | power of ~heavenly bodies suffices for the production of some 48 1, 90 | temperament. The same reason suffices to ~explain why some animals 49 1, 96 | tissue, as well as what suffices for growth; later on, however, 50 1, 98 | small ~amount of strength suffices them.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[99] 51 1, 112 | than a man. But one man suffices to guard many men. ~Therefore 52 1, 118 | thereof, in such a quantity as suffices for the increase required. 53 2, 4 | to wit, it has that which suffices its ~appetite. But it is 54 2, 4 | make use of them, since he suffices himself; nor to delight 55 2, 5 | although the first part suffices if rightly ~understood, 56 2, 18 | another, and in these it suffices to consider their being ~ 57 2, 19 | tends be called evil, it suffices, ~either that it be evil 58 2, 19 | malice of the intention suffices to make the will ~evil: 59 2, 19 | regard to such things it ~suffices for man to will the upholding 60 2, 20 | evil, one single defect suffices, whereas, for it to be ~ 61 2, 27 | in itself: wherefore it ~suffices, for the perfection of love, 62 2, 29 | when it reproves." This suffices for the Reply to the First ~ 63 2, 31 | A[7] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the answers to the objections.~ 64 2, 37 | Reply OBJ 3: A lesser cause suffices to hinder the use of reason, 65 2, 38 | R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~And this suffices for the reply to the Third 66 2, 39 | 1] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Second 67 2, 41 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary suffices the authority of Damascene 68 2, 42 | A[1] Body Para. 5/5~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 69 2, 44 | A[2] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Reply to the First 70 2, 44 | 3] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the Second 71 2, 44 | A[4] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the First 72 2, 46 | A[2] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections. ~( 73 2, 47 | A[3] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Reply to the First 74 2, 47 | A[4] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Reply to the First 75 2, 48 | R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~And this suffices for the Reply to the Second 76 2, 54 | Further, one conclusion suffices both for an act and for 77 2, 56 | the nature of the power suffices for ~the purpose, as we 78 2, 60 | A[2] Body Para. 4/4~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections. 79 2, 62 | very nature of the will suffices for it to be directed ~naturally 80 2, 62 | A[4] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Reply to the First 81 2, 63 | A[1] Body Para. 6/6~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections. 82 2, 63 | employ two means where one suffices: ~much less does God. But 83 2, 64 | A[2] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections. 84 2, 65 | 1] R.O. 1 Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Reply to the Second 85 2, 65 | virtues. ~For when one thing suffices for a certain purpose, it 86 2, 65 | others. Now charity alone suffices for the fulfilment of all 87 2, 66 | 2] R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the Third 88 2, 71 | the authority of Augustine suffices (Contra Faust. ~xxii, 27).~ 89 2, 72 | 2] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the Second 90 2, 73 | from the rule of reason suffices ~to make the act evil. This 91 2, 74 | A[9] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the First 92 2, 75 | cold. The first of these suffices to cause a simple negation. 93 2, 76 | that it is a man (which suffices for it to be sinful) and 94 2, 77 | defect in either of them suffices to hinder the rectitude ~ 95 2, 77 | must not be done; and this suffices for the ~will not to follow 96 2, 84 | A[2] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Reply to the First 97 2, 85 | contrary, The authority of Bede suffices [*Reference not known].~ 98 2, 85 | A[4] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Replies to the first 99 2, 85 | A[6] Body Para. 4/4~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 100 2, 87 | temporal goods or evils, as suffices ~for virtue: for, as Dionysius 101 2, 91 | Therefore the natural law suffices for the ~ordering of all 102 2, 95 | of God, paternal training suffices, which is by ~admonitions. 103 2, 95 | A[3] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 104 2, 95 | authority of Isidore (OBJ[1]) suffices.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[95] A[ 105 2, 98 | Consequently that which suffices for the perfection of human 106 2, 100 | A[1] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 107 2, 100 | observance of the commandments suffices for entrance into life. 108 2, 101 | thereto, then one such thing suffices for one end: thus one remedy, 109 2, 101 | if it ~be efficacious, suffices sometimes to restore men 110 2, 102 | be found. But one ~cover suffices for one tabernacle or house. 111 2, 113 | ungodly. For charity alone suffices ~to take away sin, according 112 2, 2 | 2] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the Second 113 2, 2 | means, where one already suffices. Therefore it would be ~ 114 2, 2 | will subject to authority, suffices for ~the act of obedience, 115 2, 4 | authority of the Apostle suffices.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[4] A[1] 116 2, 4 | A[7] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Reply to the First 117 2, 5 | light: and this obscurity ~suffices for faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS 118 2, 6 | with a perfection that ~suffices for the essential notion 119 2, 8 | A[2] Body Para. 5/5~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections: 120 2, 8 | habit of first principles ~suffices in respect of those matters 121 2, 8 | A[7] Body Para. 4/4~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections: 122 2, 9 | 8]). Therefore one gift suffices for the perfection ~of one 123 2, 10 | which the good of nature suffices.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 124 2, 10 | A[6] Body Para. 4/4~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 125 2, 10 | A[9] Body Para. 4/4~This suffices for the Reply to the First 126 2, 10 | 10] Body Para. 5/5~This suffices for the Reply to the First 127 2, 10 | 11] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 128 2, 14 | A[2] Body Para. 4/4~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 129 2, 16 | A[3] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 130 2, 16 | A[4] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 131 2, 16 | different aspect of the object suffices for the ~distinction of 132 2, 16 | meritorious act; but it ~suffices for it to accompany or follow 133 2, 16 | from hope: so that this suffices for the ~Reply to the First 134 2, 17 | OBJ 2: Further, where one suffices it is superfluous to add 135 2, 17 | add another. Now ~charity suffices for the perfecting of the 136 2, 17 | A[4] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the First 137 2, 18 | 9] R.O. 4 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the Fifth 138 2, 19 | A[4] Body Para. 4/4~This suffices for the Reply to the First 139 2, 20 | A[4] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 140 2, 21 | OBJ 3: Inducement to fear suffices to exclude presumption, 141 2, 21 | even as ~inducement to hope suffices to exclude despair, as stated 142 2, 24 | A[9] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 143 2, 26 | A[5] Body Para. 4/4~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections, 144 2, 28 | 4] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the Second 145 2, 31 | spiritual ~goods, but it suffices that we bestow them when 146 2, 32 | his inward hatred. This suffices for ~the Replies to the 147 2, 33 | which is called sloth. This suffices for the Replies to the ~ 148 2, 37 | A[3] Body Para. 4/4~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~~ 149 2, 37 | however, one punishment suffices, another should not be employed.~ 150 2, 38 | A[3] Body Para. 4/4~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 151 2, 38 | reasons given: wherefore this suffices for the ~Replies to the 152 2, 41 | Body Para. 3/3~And this suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 153 2, 41 | A[8] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the First 154 2, 42 | the love of our ~neighbor suffices. Therefore there should 155 2, 42 | A[5] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 156 2, 42 | A[7] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections. ~( 157 2, 43 | require two things where ~one suffices for the purpose. Therefore 158 2, 43 | rules, is no ~more than suffices for their salvation. This 159 2, 44 | A[2] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the First 160 2, 45 | the knowledge of ~these suffices for human prudence.~Aquin.: 161 2, 45 | 6] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the Second 162 2, 45 | A[7] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Reply to the First 163 2, 50 | OBJ 2: Further, one gift suffices to help one virtue, since 164 2, 55 | right of nations." ~This suffices for the Reply to the First 165 2, 56 | 2] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the Second 166 2, 56 | 11] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the Second 167 2, 58 | 5] R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the Third 168 2, 59 | commutative justice. And this suffices for the ~Replies to the 169 2, 60 | repay the equivalent, it suffices ~to repay what one can, 170 2, 60 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether it suffices to restore the exact amount 171 2, 61 | Cap. Cum dilectus.] it suffices ~to choose a good man, and 172 2, 61 | rebutted in a court of ~law, it suffices to elect a good man, nor 173 2, 62 | indicates the intention. This suffices for the Reply to the Second ~ 174 2, 66 | in a denunciation: and it suffices that the ~denunciation be 175 2, 68 | of two or three witnesses suffices?~(3) Whether a man's evidence 176 2, 68 | of two or three persons suffices?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[70] A[ 177 2, 68 | certitude of probability suffices, such as may reach ~the 178 2, 69 | may succor them; and it ~suffices to do works of mercy to 179 2, 69 | needs of others, and it suffices to succor ~present needs. 180 2, 75 | contrary to virtue; and it suffices for it to prohibit whatever 181 2, 79 | difference in the object suffices for a difference ~of virtue, 182 2, 81 | who composed this prayer, ~suffices.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 183 2, 81 | which God looks chiefly, suffices to obtain this effect. But 184 2, 81 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, suffices the authority of the Apostle ( 185 2, 85 | A[1] Body Para. 4/4~This suffices for the Reply to the First 186 2, 87 | 6] R.O. 1 Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Reply to the Second 187 2, 87 | called to witness: because it suffices for the truth ~of an assertion, 188 2, 88 | A[3] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 189 2, 93 | 5] R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the Third 190 2, 93 | A[6] Body Para. 5/5~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 191 2, 93 | A[8] Body Para. 7/7~This suffices for the Reply to the First 192 2, 101 | witness of one's conscience suffices. wherefore ~honor, so far 193 2, 102 | life, and this obedience suffices for salvation. If they be ~ 194 2, 104 | A[2] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 195 2, 105 | reason that the mere will suffices for the repayment ~of the 196 2, 107 | A[4] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 197 2, 108 | A[2] Body Para. 7/7~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 198 2, 109 | A[4] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 199 2, 115 | good stewardship. But it suffices for ~one man to have few 200 2, 116 | Objection. Wherefore this suffices for the Reply to the First ~ 201 2, 119 | A[2] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the First 202 2, 121 | A[7] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections: 203 2, 121 | perceive his delight, but it suffices for him not to be ~sad."~ 204 2, 121 | himself when necessary. This suffices for the Replies ~to the 205 2, 121 | Ira i): "Reason by ~itself suffices not only to make us prepared 206 2, 127 | vita beata xvi): "virtue suffices for ~itself." Now magnanimity 207 2, 130 | reason given above, and this suffices for it to be ~reckoned a 208 2, 134 | A[5] Body Para. 4/4~This suffices for the Replies to the First 209 2, 135 | sole inclination of virtue suffices for perseverance. Therefore 210 2, 143 | truth, ~knowledge." And this suffices to give a thing the character 211 2, 145 | a rough estimate: for it suffices that it be about ~the ninth 212 2, 147 | A[4] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 213 2, 149 | generically the same, one virtue ~suffices. Now it would seem that 214 2, 152 | where ~the female alone suffices for the offspring's upbringing, 215 2, 160 | The authority of Gregory suffices.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 216 2, 160 | A[8] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the First 217 2, 166 | since but little sweetness suffices to season ~life, just as 218 2, 166 | life, just as little salt suffices for our meat."~Aquin.: SMT 219 2, 168 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, suffices the authority of Scripture.~ 220 2, 171 | Body Para. 5/5~And this suffices for the Replies to the Objections, 221 2, 180 | A[3] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections; 222 2, 181 | the Divine commandments suffices alone for the ~notion of 223 2, 181 | grades, orders, or duties suffices for a difference of states.~ 224 2, 181 | employ many means where one suffices. ~But the working of grace 225 2, 181 | employ many means where one ~suffices, so neither does it confine 226 2, 182 | individual neighbor; but it suffices for him to tend to ~all 227 2, 183 | Electione] says ~that "it suffices to choose a good man, nor 228 2, 183 | and presumptuous; but ~it suffices that he perceive nothing 229 2, 183 | fulfil his ~engagement, it suffices that he fulfil it through 230 2, 184 | a promise. Therefore it suffices for religious perfection 231 2, 184 | Therefore the vow of obedience suffices without the two other ~vows.~ 232 2, 185 | works, but also because it ~suffices that one speak while many 233 2, 185 | each individual, but it suffices that one person ~apply himself 234 3, 1 | from nothing. Again, it suffices for the perfection ~of the 235 3, 7 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Grace suffices a man for all whereby he 236 3, 8 | whereby anything is in act suffices for its being the principle 237 3, 12 | of the active intellect suffices; secondly, by the ~higher 238 3, 13 | knower to the thing ~known suffices; whereas for practical knowledge 239 3, 17 | Hence diversity of ~accident suffices for anything to be called " 240 3, 18 | doubt or inquiry, ~this suffices for choice. Therefore it 241 3, 31 | The authority of Scripture suffices.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 242 3, 33 | natural passive principle suffices for a transformation ~to 243 3, 49 | satisfaction, much lighter penalty suffices than one that is ~proportionate 244 3, 50 | anything to be a man it suffices if it ~have a soul and body, 245 3, 56 | and such virtual contact suffices for ~its efficiency. And 246 3, 64 | expressed; and that this suffices for the validity of the 247 3, 64 | habitual intention, which suffices for the validity ~of the 248 3, 64 | And such an intention ~suffices for a sacrament: because 249 3, 67 | sacred council such ~as suffices for so great a matter." 250 3, 68 | that general confession suffices which they make when ~in 251 3, 69 | movement of the human will ~suffices for the remission of sin, 252 3, 69 | The least baptismal grace suffices to blot out all sins. ~Wherefore 253 3, 71 | 3: The disposition that suffices for receiving the baptismal ~ 254 3, 72 | to sacramental use. This suffices for the ~reply to the First 255 3, 72 | effects also, because it suffices to carry man through every 256 3, 72 | benefit of Regeneration suffices for those who are on the 257 3, 74 | signification of this sacrament it suffices for the ~water to be appreciable 258 3, 78 | the form of the sacrament suffices for its perfection; ~hence 259 3, 78 | the same time, and this suffices for the truth of the ~expression.~ 260 3, 79 | although this offering suffices of its own quantity to satisfy ~ 261 3, 80 | he is truly contrite. It suffices, ~however, if he find in 262 3, 80 | sin, general contrition suffices for ~blotting it out, as 263 3, 83 | unless necessity urges, it suffices for a priest to ~celebrate 264 3, 83 | necessity a consecrated altar ~suffices for performing this sacrament. 265 3, 83 | done more readily, and suffices far denoting perfect cleansing. 266 3, 83 | Nevertheless, in ~private masses it suffices to have one server, who 267 3, 84 | general revelation of faith suffices, through ~which sins are 268 3, 84 | good will without Penance suffices for salvation.~Aquin.: SMT 269 3, 87 | movement of grace or charity suffices for its ~forgiveness.~Aquin.: 270 3, 87 | above (A[1]). But Penance suffices by ~itself for the remission 271 3, 88 | A[4] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections: 272 Suppl, 2 | as regards its term, it ~suffices for him to have one general 273 Suppl, 2 | A[6] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the First 274 Suppl, 2 | for all sins one Baptism ~suffices. But in contrition, in addition 275 Suppl, 3 | general well-being which suffices for the fulfillment of one' 276 Suppl, 4 | for sin any longer than suffices ~for the sin to be blotted 277 Suppl, 5 | Whether slight contrition suffices to blot out great sins?~ 278 Suppl, 5 | sure that his contrition suffices for the ~remission of both 279 Suppl, 5 | Whether slight contrition suffices to blot out great sins?~ 280 Suppl, 5 | wherefore the remedy which ~suffices for healing a slight sin, 281 Suppl, 5 | for healing a slight sin, suffices also to heal a great sin. ~ 282 Suppl, 6 | 1: The infusion of grace suffices for the remission of sin; ~ 283 Suppl, 6 | his venial sins, but it suffices for the ~fulfillment of 284 Suppl, 7 | to belong to a virtue it suffices ~that it be of such a nature 285 Suppl, 8 | of Penance. Therefore it suffices to confess to ~anyone.~Aquin.: 286 Suppl, 8 | the desire of ~absolution, suffices to deliver them from everlasting 287 Suppl, 8 | A[3] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the First 288 Suppl, 8 | holy water or the like, suffices for the purpose.~Aquin.: 289 Suppl, 8 | the sake of absolution it suffices for it to be made to any 290 Suppl, 8 | judgment: wherefore it suffices for this knowledge that 291 Suppl, 9 | in any ~way whatever, it suffices for his salvation.~Aquin.: 292 Suppl, 10| A[2] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the First 293 Suppl, 10| Whether a general confession suffices to blot out forgotten mortal 294 Suppl, 11| A[2] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the First 295 Suppl, 11| A[3] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 296 Suppl, 13| Further, if all that a man has suffices not to pay one debt, he ~ 297 Suppl, 13| measure for measure, but it ~suffices that man repay as much as 298 Suppl, 13| explained above, and as this suffices ~for justice, so does it 299 Suppl, 14| A[5] Body Para. 5/5~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 300 Suppl, 16| 3] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the Second 301 Suppl, 18| Christ's Passion, which ~suffices for the blotting out of 302 Suppl, 25| merits, and this abundance suffices for the ~remission of all 303 Suppl, 26| A[1] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 304 Suppl, 26| reception of orders. This suffices for ~the Replies to the 305 Suppl, 26| A[3] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 306 Suppl, 27| A[1] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Reply to the First 307 Suppl, 29| produces. Hence when one action suffices for a perfect ~signification, 308 Suppl, 32| A[7] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 309 Suppl, 33| not another sickness. This suffices for the ~Replies to the 310 Suppl, 34| with the use of power. This suffices for the Reply to the First ~ 311 Suppl, 35| to have the grace ~that suffices to make them worthy members 312 Suppl, 36| have as much knowledge as ~suffices for his direction in the 313 Suppl, 36| does ~not denote one that suffices to prove matters of faith 314 Suppl, 37| A[3] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 315 Suppl, 37| 4] R.O. 4 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the Fifth 316 Suppl, 37| wherefore the blessing suffices for their ~consecration. 317 Suppl, 39| A[6] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 318 Suppl, 42| Further, one institution suffices for one thing. Now Matrimony ~ 319 Suppl, 46| obligation, wherefore ~it suffices if he provide for her marriage. 320 Suppl, 47| A[1] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections; 321 Suppl, 47| any kind of voluntariness suffices for marriage: it ~must be 322 Suppl, 47| A[5] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 323 Suppl, 49| too many. For one ~virtue suffices to make one act right. Now 324 Suppl, 53| 3] R.O. 4 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the last 325 Suppl, 55| 11] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 326 Suppl, 57| 1] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the Second 327 Suppl, 57| impediment ~to marriage. This suffices for the Replies to the first 328 Suppl, 58| reason to be annulled. This suffices for the Replies to the Objections, ~ 329 Suppl, 59| promise of future marriage, it suffices to add ~the condition of 330 Suppl, 64| 3] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the Second 331 Suppl, 66| 2] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the Second 332 Suppl, 66| A[3] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the First 333 Suppl, 67| A[7] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 334 Suppl, 69| 5] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the Second 335 Suppl, 71| A[4] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections: 336 Suppl, 80| A[1] Body Para. 6/6~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections 337 Suppl, 84| the same time: and this suffices ~for the accusation or absolution 338 Suppl, 84| number of instants. This suffices for the replies to the objections 339 Suppl, 89| to matter: and that this suffices for the intellect to ~be 340 Suppl, 89| and this proportionateness suffices for the infinite ~to be 341 Suppl, 89| that this blessed ~vision suffices for the seeing of all things 342 Suppl, 89| possessing God. For as ~God suffices the affections in that He 343 Suppl, 92| between ~Christ and the angels suffices for Christ to be called 344 Suppl, 92| Therefore for the same reason it suffices for Him to be called ~their 345 Suppl, 92| Christ as God is not ~such as suffices for the notion of a perfect 346 Suppl, 92| between God and the angels suffices for the ~notion of head 347 Suppl, 93| are unable to beget, it suffices when they become ~Christians 348 Suppl, 93| 10] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections. 349 Suppl, 93| particular way. And this suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 350 Suppl, 94| A[3] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 351 Suppl, 94| amount of ~light, as much as suffices for seeing those things 352 Suppl, 94| A[4] Body Para. 4/4~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 353 Suppl, 95| punishing and forbidding. This suffices for the ~Reply to the Second 354 Appen1, 2| 1] R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Reply to the Third 355 Appen1, 2| A[2] Body Para. 3/3~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~ 356 Appen1, 2| A[3] Body Para. 2/2~This suffices for the Replies to the Objections.~


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