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1 1, 7 | Para. 2/4~We must therefore observe that a body, which is a 2 1, 10 | being established, we must observe that a twofold opinion existed ~ 3 1, 14 | In proof thereof we may observe ~that some wishing to show 4 1, 14 | Nevertheless, ~we must observe that a natural form, being 5 1, 19 | willed by God, we must observe that He wills something 6 1, 27 | In proof whereof we must observe that generation has a twofold 7 1, 27 | evidence whereof we must observe that procession exists in 8 1, 30 | resolve this point, we may observe that all plurality is a ~ 9 1, 41 | the principle. Now we must observe a ~double distinction in 10 1, 55 | connatural to them. For we must observe that there ~is a similarity 11 1, 60 | Phys. ii, text. 78. For we observe that the ~part naturally 12 1, 70 | determinate effects. Thus we ~observe that the rays of the sun 13 1, 75 | anything ~else. Thus we observe that a sick man's tongue 14 1, 76 | Body Para. 7/8~But we must observe that the nobler a form is, 15 1, 76 | species and ~forms. For we observe that the species and forms 16 1, 76 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 3: We observe in matter various degrees 17 1, 76 | sign of which is that we ~observe "those who are refined in 18 1, 76 | united. For this reason we observe that there is a ~greater 19 1, 76 | and so ~forth. We must observe, however, that since the 20 1, 77 | to the second act. Now we observe that ~what has a soul is 21 1, 77 | To ~make this evident, we observe that, as the Philosopher 22 1, 77 | 2~Nevertheless, we must observe that things which are accidental 23 1, 77 | soul. Accordingly we may ~observe a triple order among them, 24 1, 41 | the principle. Now we must observe a double distinction in 25 1, 56 | connatural to them. For we must observe that there ~is a similarity 26 1, 61 | Phys. ii, text. 78. For we observe that the ~part naturally 27 1, 71 | determinate effects. Thus we ~observe that the rays of the sun 28 1, 74 | anything ~else. Thus we observe that a sick man's tongue 29 1, 75 | Body Para. 7/8~But we must observe that the nobler a form is, 30 1, 75 | species and ~forms. For we observe that the species and forms 31 1, 75 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 3: We observe in matter various degrees 32 1, 75 | sign of which is that we ~observe "those who are refined in 33 1, 75 | united. For this reason we observe that there is a ~greater 34 1, 75 | and so ~forth. We must observe, however, that since the 35 1, 76 | to the second act. Now we observe that ~what has a soul is 36 1, 76 | To ~make this evident, we observe that, as the Philosopher 37 1, 76 | 2~Nevertheless, we must observe that things which are accidental 38 1, 76 | soul. Accordingly we may ~observe a triple order among them, 39 1, 77 | Para. 2/2~We must, however, observe a difference among these 40 1, 77 | Body Para. 2/5~Now we must observe that for the life of a perfect 41 1, 77 | contrary of which we may observe specially in perfect animals, 42 1, 77 | Para. 3/5 ~Again we must observe that if an animal were moved 43 1, 77 | Body Para. 5/5~Now, we must observe that as to sensible forms 44 1, 78 | potentiality to act; as we observe in ~things that are corrupted 45 1, 78 | make this evident, we must observe ~that above the intellectual 46 1, 78 | make this clear we must observe ~that, as we have said above ( 47 1, 79 | make this evident, we must observe that some inclination follows ~ 48 1, 80 | make this clear, we must observe that in natural corruptible 49 1, 80 | says (Polit. i, 2): "We observe in an ~animal a despotic 50 1, 81 | make this evident we must observe that as the ~intellect naturally 51 1, 81 | order of natural things we observe a progress ~from imperfect 52 1, 81 | particular ends. And we may observe this both in nature and 53 1, 82 | make this evident, we must observe that some things act without ~ 54 1, 83 | actually ~light. Now we observe that man sometimes is only 55 1, 85 | a general way, we ~must observe that the future may be known 56 1, 89 | those who first began to observe the nature of things, being 57 1, 90 | human body, it is well to observe that such defect arises 58 1, 91 | can be made ~clear if we observe the mode of generation carried 59 1, 91 | generation. Wherefore ~we observe that in these the active 60 1, 92 | qualities, ~so far as to observe in man a certain imitation 61 1, 92 | Para. 2/2~Therefore we may observe this difference between 62 1, 92 | understand, although we observe in them a certain trace 63 1, 92 | it is also necessary to observe what proceeds ~and whence 64 1, 96 | make this clear, we must observe that the ~rational soul 65 1, 96 | understand this, we must observe that ~in the primitive state 66 1, 96 | In like manner, we ~may observe that at first the active 67 1, 97 | result. We must, therefore, observe that man, by his ~nature, 68 1, 97 | corruptible. We must also observe that nature's ~purpose appears 69 1, 98 | of the weakness which we observe in ~children even as regards 70 1, 102 | things ~themselves: for we observe that in nature things happen 71 1, 102 | Wherefore the unfailing order we observe in things is a sign of their ~ 72 1, 102 | as it is one. Whence we observe that things resist division, 73 1, 103 | is its cause. But we must observe that an agent may be the 74 1, 104 | make this clear, we must observe that as there are few kinds ~ 75 1, 104 | agent. Thirdly, we must observe that God not only moves 76 1, 104 | know and are accustomed to ~observe, we call it a miracle."~ 77 1, 105 | make this clear, we must ~observe that intellectual light 78 1, 107 | orders it is necessary to observe that the proper name of 79 1, 111 | Para. 2/3~We must therefore observe that all the angels gaze 80 1, 114 | 2: Further, necromancers observe certain constellations in 81 1, 114 | s imagination, when they observe that the brain is thereto 82 1, 116 | make this clear, we must observe that of effects proceeding 83 1, 118 | hence in things generated we observe ~that at first each is imperfect 84 2, 2 | 2/2~Furthermore, we must observe that human knowledge often 85 2, 3 | To prove this, we must observe ~that the consideration 86 2, 5 | an angel. For since we observe a twofold order ~in things - 87 2, 13 | Body Para. 2/2~Now we must observe, as regards the acts of 88 2, 18 | clear, we must first of all observe that the ~more particular 89 2, 19 | Body Para. 4/4~We must observe, however, that the intensity 90 2, 21 | he observes or does not observe the order ~instituted by 91 2, 31 | understand this, we must observe that just as in natural ~ 92 2, 31 | of ~delight. For we must observe that, just as some concupiscences 93 2, 35 | Body Para. 2/3~Now we must observe that some things are specified 94 2, 36 | in ~natural movements, we observe those of approach and withdrawal, 95 2, 37 | pleasure does: ~thus we observe in natural things that the 96 2, 37 | to destroy life: since we observe that many ailments deprive 97 2, 40 | other natural things, we observe a ~procedure which is similar 98 2, 40 | similar to that which we observe in the actions of ~art: 99 2, 40 | Second Objection, we must observe that ~young people and men 100 2, 41 | word "natural," we must observe that ~certain passions of 101 2, 44 | Philosopher (Ethic. iv, 9) observe. But blushing is an ~indication, 102 2, 44 | in the appetite. Thus ~we observe in one who is dying that 103 2, 44 | but its presence: thus we observe that animals, when in pain, ~ 104 2, 44 | occasioned by cold; thus we observe that a cold person ~trembles. 105 2, 46 | Para. 2/3~We must, however, observe a twofold difference in 106 2, 46 | perfectly," because it does not observe the rule of reason as to 107 2, 49 | Concerning the first, we must observe that "to have," as said 108 2, 50 | Anima ii, text. 94) that "we observe men with soft flesh to be 109 2, 51 | apprehensive powers, we must observe that there are two ~passive 110 2, 52 | matter be made clear, we must observe ~that, in respect of which 111 2, 52 | it is specified. We may observe the same ~thing in health; 112 2, 53 | passions and deeds ~fail to observe the mode of virtue, by reason 113 2, 55 | healthy. We must, however, observe that, as accidents and ~ 114 2, 60 | the agent. But ~we must observe that the matter of the passive 115 2, 64 | the intellectual virtues observe the mean?~(4) Whether the 116 2, 64 | 1~Whether moral virtues observe the mean?~Aquin.: SMT FS 117 2, 64 | that moral virtue does not observe the mean. For ~the nature 118 2, 64 | Therefore moral virtue does not ~observe the mean.~Aquin.: SMT FS 119 2, 64 | essential to a moral virtue to observe the ~mean, it follows that 120 2, 64 | moral ~virtue that it should observe the mean.~Aquin.: SMT FS 121 2, 64 | But moral virtue ~does not observe a mean between apprehensions, 122 2, 64 | act of reason were made to observe the mean: in this sense, ~ 123 2, 64 | moral virtue is ~said to observe the mean, through conformity 124 2, 64 | the intellectual virtues observe the mean?~Aquin.: SMT FS 125 2, 64 | intellectual virtues do not observe the ~mean. Because moral 126 2, 64 | intellectual virtues do not ~observe the mean.~Aquin.: SMT FS 127 2, 64 | intellectual virtue also observe the mean, this mean will 128 2, 64 | measure, as stated, ~and they observe the mean according as they 129 2, 64 | the theological virtues observe the mean?~Aquin.: SMT FS 130 2, 64 | does theological virtue observe the mean.~Aquin.: SMT FS 131 2, 64 | two natures in Christ, we observe the mean ~between the heresy 132 2, 64 | theological virtue does not observe the ~mean.~Aquin.: SMT FS 133 2, 65 | and arts. Hence we do not observe in them the connection that 134 2, 67 | knowledge. Accordingly we ~must observe that knowledge can be imperfect 135 2, 70 | by "modesty," whereby we observe the "mode" in all our ~words 136 2, 74 | matters of action. Now we must observe that in ~every case brought 137 2, 75 | with his nature, ought ~to observe.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[75] A[ 138 2, 76 | Body Para. 2/2~Now we must observe that the reason directs 139 2, 77 | tongue: for which reason we observe that those who are ~in some 140 2, 77 | drunk. Secondly, we must observe that a ~thing is said to 141 2, 85 | to solve ~them, we must observe that the form of man which 142 2, 87 | detriment ~therefrom. For we observe in natural things that when 143 2, 87 | 2/2~Nevertheless we must observe that sometimes a thing seems 144 2, 90 | promulgated, are ~bound to observe the law, in so far as it 145 2, 91 | the law to induce men to observe its ~commandments. This 146 2, 93 | the first. Wherefore we ~observe the same in all those who 147 2, 95 | kind of training. Thus we observe that ~man is helped by industry 148 2, 96 | of the law, in order to observe the intention of the lawgiver.~ 149 2, 98 | Whether all men were bound to observe the Old Law?~Aquin.: SMT 150 2, 98 | that all men were bound to observe the Old Law. ~Because whoever 151 2, 98 | the earth were bound to observe ~the Law.~Aquin.: SMT FS 152 2, 98 | that the ~Gentiles did not observe the Law. Therefore some 153 2, 98 | Old Law, all were bound to observe ~the Old Law; not because 154 2, 98 | to a king, are bound to observe his law ~which he makes 155 2, 99 | My judgments, and shall observe My precepts," where "precepts" ~ 156 2, 99 | Love the Lord thy God, and ~observe His precepts and ceremonies, 157 2, 99 | appointed for those who observe the Law, ~and punishments 158 2, 99 | law, ~men are persuaded to observe its precepts by means of 159 2, 100 | grievous ~sin, if man does not observe the due order as to those 160 2, 100 | far as it ~induced men to observe the precepts, by means of 161 2, 100 | Much more therefore did He observe a ~suitable manner in formulating 162 2, 100 | it is not ~impossible to observe this precept which regards 163 2, 101 | is written ~(Dt. 8:11): "Observe [Douay: 'Take heed'] and 164 2, 101 | following Me, and will not observe [Douay: 'keep'] My . . ~. 165 2, 103 | Whether it is a mortal sin to observe them after the coming of 166 2, 103 | commanded the leper to observe the legal ceremonies.~Aquin.: 167 2, 103 | that the Gentiles should observe ~certain ceremonies of the 168 2, 103 | to be circumcised, or to observe the other legal ceremonies.~ 169 2, 103 | be a mortal ~sin now to observe those ceremonies which the 170 2, 103 | because it was not sinful to observe them. But immediately after ~ 171 2, 103 | them without the mind to observe the ~ceremonies of the Law: 172 2, 103 | converts ~to Christianity to observe them, provided they did 173 2, 103 | to ~Christianity should observe them. Hence Paul circumcised 174 2, 103 | heathens were forbidden to observe the rites of heathendom, 175 2, 104 | also deadly to those who observe them since ~the coming of 176 2, 104 | deadly sin to intend to observe them thus.~Aquin.: SMT FS 177 2, 107 | inasmuch as it induced men to observe its commandments ~by threatening 178 2, 107 | trouble ensue to those who observe the New Law, as ~stated 179 2, 107 | tribulations suffered by those who observe the New Law ~are not imposed 180 2, 108 | grace: and herein we must observe a difference. For there ~ 181 2, 108 | He declares that we must observe His commandments, ~and that 182 2, 108 | Body Para. 4/4~Now if a man observe these absolutely, this is 183 2, 108 | they stand. But if a man observe any one of them in a ~particular 184 2, 112 | the functions of life, ~we observe that there is life in us.~ 185 2, 4 | make this clear, we must observe that since habits are known ~ 186 2, 5 | sinned. ~Nevertheless we must observe that in the object of faith, 187 2, 6 | which are of ~faith, we may observe a twofold cause, one of 188 2, 10 | force: ~and here we must observe that dominion and authority 189 2, 10 | allowable for anyone to observe the rites of idolatry, in ~ 190 2, 10 | They should be allowed to ~observe all their feasts, just as 191 2, 10 | from the fact that the Jews observe ~their rites, which, of 192 2, 16 | to explain this we must ~observe that love and hope differ 193 2, 16 | must place hope, we ~must observe whence it derives its character 194 2, 18 | make this clear, we must observe that the proper object of ~ 195 2, 21 | reward, ~he is induced to observe the precepts. The precepts 196 2, 21 | to induce men not only to observe the precepts, but also, 197 2, 21 | the hope of rewards, to observe precepts of law, so too 198 2, 23 | Para. 3/3~In like manner we observe in local motion that at 199 2, 25 | from ~Divine wisdom. Now we observe in the physical order that 200 2, 25 | beneficence we are bound to observe this inequality, because 201 2, 26 | in loving God we ought to observe any mode?~Aquin.: SMT SS 202 2, 26 | would seem that we ought to observe some mode in loving God. ~ 203 2, 30 | doing this however we should observe the due ~circumstances of 204 2, 31 | neglect, one omitted to observe some precept. ~Therefore 205 2, 31 | matter of precept. We must ~observe, however, that while the 206 2, 33 | be a mortal sin not ~to observe the counsels. Therefore 207 2, 38 | to them": and we ought to observe this in ~all our dealings 208 2, 41 | these little ones," says: "Observe that it is the ~little one 209 2, 42 | another. We must ~therefore observe that love is an act of the 210 2, 45 | obtaining an ~end, wherefore we observe that all the animals of 211 2, 49 | circumstances, which sinners fail to observe when they sin. On the other ~ 212 2, 50 | creature by God. ~Now we must observe two points concerning the 213 2, 56 | justice that one wish ~to observe justice in some particular 214 2, 56 | should have the will to observe justice at all ~times and 215 2, 56 | Therefore justice ~does not observe the real mean.~Aquin.: SMT 216 2, 56 | other virtues are said to observe the ~rational and not the 217 2, 58 | man to force another to observe a law that was ~not approved 218 2, 59 | 3: Further, in order to observe the mean in distributive 219 2, 60 | determinate, and we are ~bound to observe it: and since delay of restitution 220 2, 61 | justice ~in that it fails to observe due proportion. Now nothing 221 2, 62 | whole. For this reason we observe that if the health of the ~ 222 2, 62 | laymen are alike bound to observe the moral precepts. ~Therefore 223 2, 74 | kinds. And here ~we must observe that to do something and 224 2, 75 | contracts between them ~should observe equality of thing and thing. 225 2, 76 | make this evident, ~we must observe that there are certain things 226 2, 77 | wherein to do good is to ~observe the mean, which is the same 227 2, 79 | 6. But religion fails to observe the ~mean of justice, since 228 2, 81 | prayer. ~Accordingly we must observe that a thing is necessary 229 2, 81 | heard, because they do not observe the form of ~prayer instituted 230 2, 84 | the time of the Gospel, to observe the ~ceremonial precepts 231 2, 85 | 28:20, "Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I 232 2, 85 | that it is unlawful to ~observe the ceremonial precepts 233 2, 86 | she is bound not only to observe what is in her ~power, namely, 234 2, 86 | of thy lips, thou shalt observe, and shalt do as thou hast 235 2, 87 | commenting on Mt. 5:34, says: "Observe that our ~Saviour forbade 236 2, 87 | previous judgment [*Vulg.: 'Observe these things without prejudice, 237 2, 87 | Jerome expounds, saying: "Observe that an oath must be accompanied 238 2, 87 | expounding these words, says: "Observe that the ~Saviour does not 239 2, 91 | truth: wherefore we must observe them, and to ~disregard 240 2, 93 | people are born. If one observe the movements and cries 241 2, 93 | Yet in this matter we must observe two ~things: first, that 242 2, 93 | things it is not ~unlawful to observe their cries and movements: 243 2, 94 | it seems not unlawful to observe such ~like signs.~Aquin.: 244 2, 94 | it ~seems not unlawful to observe these things.~Aquin.: SMT 245 2, 94 | Now it is ~not unlawful to observe the order that proceeds 246 2, 94 | seemingly not unlawful to observe these presages.~Aquin.: 247 2, 94 | good or evil. Nor do they observe them as signs ~given by 248 2, 94 | which physicians lawfully observe. ~Wherefore it is not unlawful 249 2, 102 | a religious ~is bound to observe chastity and poverty in 250 2, 107 | the part of the act, to observe the mean is to tell the 251 2, 125 | belongs to a moral virtue to observe the rational mean in the 252 2, 127 | much more ~difficult to observe it in great than in little 253 2, 127 | account of ~something we observe in another, it follows that 254 2, 132 | magnificence does not seemingly observe the mean, for it exceeds ~ 255 2, 133 | that the mean man fails ~to observe the proportion that reason 256 2, 133 | worth, and ~thus fails to observe due proportion between his 257 2, 134 | fourth argument. We must observe, however, that the reason ~ 258 2, 139 | Offic. i, 42) that "what we observe and ~seek most in temperance 259 2, 139 | Offic. i, 43) that "what we observe and seek most in ~temperance 260 2, 141 | principal ~matter, these observe the mode in some other matter 261 2, 141 | what not to do, ~and to observe the right order, and to 262 2, 141 | The second is that a man observe decorum in what he ~does, 263 2, 142 | proper to a ~virtue "to observe the mean as fixed by reason": 264 2, 145 | unlawful in the New Law to observe the ceremonies ~of the Old 265 2, 146 | hastily," or one fails to observe the due manner ~of eating, 266 2, 150 | that ~he was prepared to observe virginity, if it were in 267 2, 150 | more prepared ~in mind to observe virginity, if it should 268 2, 151 | more it behooves one ~to observe the order of reason in its 269 2, 151 | are emitted, provided one observe the ~decencies of social 270 2, 154 | instance when a man does not ~observe the mode of reason in his 271 2, 154 | but ~because one fails to observe the mode of reason even 272 2, 158 | things it is necessary to observe the ~"mode" whence modesty 273 2, 160 | xxiv, 8) that "the proud observe ~other people's conduct 274 2, 160 | self-esteem. Now pride does ~not observe this rule of right reason, 275 2, 165 | and to good works." But to observe our neighbor's ~faults with 276 2, 170 | relative sense. Now we ~must observe that as God Who is the universal 277 2, 170 | rule of faith," says: ~"Observe that in reckoning the graces, 278 2, 178 | appetitive power moves one to observe things either with the ~ 279 2, 182 | in the love of God we may observe a twofold perfection: one ~ 280 2, 182 | thy ~religious prudence observe that in this life, and especially 281 2, 183 | believed themselves bound ~to observe them.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] 282 2, 183 | bishop, remains bound to observe ~these, and consequently 283 2, 184 | state of life is bound to ~observe whatever belongs to that 284 2, 184 | for instance those who observe continence. Therefore it 285 2, 184 | manner he is not bound to observe all the practices whereby ~ 286 2, 184 | extreme ~rather than to observe the mean. Therefore he does 287 2, 184 | had it been seasonable to observe continence and poverty, 288 2, 184 | have been most careful to observe them.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] 289 2, 184 | though bound by vow to observe continence ~and poverty, 290 2, 184 | vow of obedience were to ~observe, even by vow, voluntary 291 2, 184 | professes a rule does not vow to observe all the ~things contained 292 2, 184 | that they are bound ~to observe such things. Nevertheless 293 2, 185 | In this ~chapter we must observe that not only the glare 294 2, 185 | this it is necessary to observe that ~coarse and homely 295 2, 186 | one ~disposes oneself to observe the vow of continence, by 296 2, 187 | such a way that unless one observe them it is altogether impossible 297 2, 187 | proper, because one can ~observe the precepts without observing 298 2, 187 | thus if a man has vowed to observe ~continence, he is bound, 299 2, 187 | religious order, though ~able to observe those of a less strict religion.~ 300 2, 187 | Gentiles or even Christians to observe the ~Jewish ritual, thereby 301 3, 10 | parts besides these. We observe this in ~numbers also, for 302 3, 28 | subsequent event, yet we must observe that it ~not infrequently 303 3, 29 | to His Mother." We must observe, ~however, that some miracles 304 3, 32 | in the Holy Ghost we ~may observe a twofold habitude to Christ. 305 3, 36 | astrologers, were wont to observe the course ~of the stars. 306 3, 36 | beginning of the creation observe the course ~appointed to 307 3, 38 | rite, but persuaded men to observe the rites of the ~Law. as 308 3, 38 | been delivered to them to observe, the washings of cups and 309 3, 40 | society of other men and observe abstinence; and that he ~ 310 3, 41 | This same order did he observe in tempting Christ. For 311 3, 44 | who ~gaze at the stars and observe the months," as it is written ( 312 3, 45 | Jerome says on Mt. 17:3: "Observe that when the Scribes and 313 3, 48 | tediousness": ~and, as Augustine observe, (De Trin. iv), "since there 314 3, 60 | Nevertheless the principle point to observe is the extent of the ~corruption 315 3, 64 | conferring sacraments do not observe the ~form prescribed by 316 3, 64 | the sacrament. But some do observe the form prescribed by ~ 317 3, 74 | suitable that every priest observe the rite of his Church in ~ 318 3, 80 | not enough discretion to observe due caution ~in using this 319 3, 81 | what He required others to observe: hence He willed first to 320 3, 83 | Consequently it seems impossible to observe the Church's statute, whereby ~ 321 3, 84 | Further, man is bound to observe the laws of the Church in 322 3, 85 | mean. ~Now penance does not observe the mean, but rather goes 323 Suppl, 3 | virtue sometimes does not ~observe, but exceeds.~Aquin.: SMT 324 Suppl, 3 | displeasure, it is necessary to observe that ~there is also an accidental 325 Suppl, 3 | 4 Para. 3/4~We must also observe, in comparing sin with punishment, 326 Suppl, 15| work, so, in merit, we must observe its difficulty. Now if the ~ 327 Suppl, 32| sacrament. But some do not observe the other ~unctions - some 328 Suppl, 36| knowledge as enables them ~to observe rightly those things that 329 Suppl, 38| sacraments, provided they ~observe the due form and intention, 330 Suppl, 38| of the Church which they observe.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[38] A[ 331 Suppl, 40| chastity which they had then to observe, they ~wore the breeches 332 Suppl, 52| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, we observe that in animals born from 333 Suppl, 53| he cannot persuade her to observe continence.~Aquin.: SMT 334 Suppl, 58| perfect when both parties observe continency by vow. But impotence ~ 335 Suppl, 64| to which even those who observe perpetual continence have ~ 336 Suppl, 70| to a body: for thus we observe that "the corruptible body 337 Suppl, 72| would be known to those who observe the movements of the stars ~ 338 Suppl, 77| of human nature, we ~must observe that there have been three 339 Suppl, 78| and ~consequently we must observe in the resurrection what 340 Suppl, 80| in place. Wherefore we observe that when two bodies merge 341 Suppl, 90| the blessed: ~even so we observe in natural things that there 342 Suppl, 92| application of the term we must observe some kind of likeness to 343 Suppl, 92| with the ~members. We must observe, however, that although 344 Suppl, 93| have been praiseworthy to ~observe virginity in the state of 345 Suppl, 93| eunuchs have the will to ~observe perpetual incorruption even 346 Suppl, 93| Body Para. 2/2~We must observe, however, that the merit


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