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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 19 | would will him to live, to wit, inasmuch as he is a man. 2 1, 46 | God ~willed, an effect, to wit, which has being after not 3 1, 58 | existence of things: to wit, in the Word; in their own 4 1, 59 | is a particular good, to wit, of the ~intellect. Therefore 5 1, 47 | God ~willed, an effect, to wit, which has being after not 6 1, 59 | existence of things: to wit, in the Word; in their own 7 1, 60 | is a particular good, to wit, of the ~intellect. Therefore 8 1, 114 | mover who is not moved, ~to wit, the first maker of all; 9 1, 114 | prop. 5], forasmuch as, to wit, ~he conquers his passions.~ 10 1, 117 | would have to ~concur - to wit, that of the incoming soul, 11 2, 3 | joy in truth," because, to wit, joy itself is the consummation 12 2, 3 | something outside of ~him, to wit, God, to Whom we reach out 13 2, 4 | concur with ~Happiness; to wit, vision, which is perfect 14 2, 4 | of ~defect, because, to wit, that which is hindered 15 2, 4 | thing desired; since, to wit, it has that which suffices 16 2, 5 | implies two things, to wit, the last end itself, i.e. 17 2, 5 | hath ~these things," to wit, the good things in this 18 2, 5 | rightly ~understood, to wit, that "happy is he who has 19 2, 6 | intrinsic principle, to wit, that ~they act and that 20 2, 6 | passive principle; because, to wit, there is in nature an ~ 21 2, 7 | only two circumstances, to wit, "when" and "where."~Aquin.: 22 2, 7 | 1 adds yet ~another, to wit, "about what," which Tully 23 2, 9 | is from without, that, to wit, which moves nature.~Aquin.: 24 2, 10 | object: inasmuch as, to wit, man through being disposed 25 2, 13 | velleity," because, to wit, one would will [vellet] 26 2, 17 | certain respect: because, to wit, ~as God moves the world, 27 2, 19 | of the will, inasmuch, to wit, as it is the reason thereof; 28 2, 22 | accidentally, in ~so far, to wit, as the "composite" is passive. 29 2, 24 | considered in themselves, to ~wit, as movements of the irrational 30 2, 24 | redundance: because, to wit, when the higher part of 31 2, 24 | way of choice; when, to ~wit, a man, by the judgment 32 2, 28 | other self, in so far, to wit, as he wills good to ~him 33 2, 28 | together, the lover, to wit, and the beloved." For ~ 34 2, 32 | honored by others, because, to wit, they ~thus become aware 35 2, 33 | desire for itself: when, to wit, man returns to that ~disposition, 36 2, 41 | being unwonted; because, to wit, some unwonted ~evil arises 37 2, 46 | of desire," inasmuch, to wit, as it assails whatever 38 2, 47 | breaketh wrath": because, to wit, they seem not to ~despise, 39 2, 50 | secondarily in ~the body: to wit, in so far as the body is 40 2, 50 | such a subject, because, to wit, as ~long as such a subject 41 2, 52 | triangles and circles": to wit, because ~indivisibility 42 2, 53 | caused by the reason, to wit, the habit of conclusions, 43 2, 53 | from act, in so far, to wit, as we cease from exercising 44 2, 55 | the soul, in so far as, to wit, the powers of the soul 45 2, 55 | virtue, is ~not suitable, to wit: "Virtue is a good quality 46 2, 57 | speculative habits, ~in so far, to wit, as neither art nor speculative 47 2, 57 | also how he does it; to wit, that ~he do it from right 48 2, 59 | its effect; because, to wit, it establishes ~the mean 49 2, 60 | serious matter, in actions, to wit, that are ~directed by reason 50 2, 61 | the virtues: so ~that, to wit, prudence is merely a certain 51 2, 61 | temperance: in so far, to wit, as he whose mind is ~strengthened 52 2, 62 | nature, a happiness, to wit, which man can obtain ~by 53 2, 63 | certain virtues: because, to wit, ~certain sensitive powers 54 2, 64 | real mean, in ~so far, to wit as justice gives to each 55 2, 64 | relation to us, in so far, to wit, as a man is said to be 56 2, 66 | charity: in the sense, to wit, that one is a ~disposition 57 2, 67 | lovable, ~that Nature, to wit, which created all others." 58 2, 67 | from another, in so far, to wit, as wherever two things ~ 59 2, 68 | distinction, a reason, to wit, which would apply either 60 2, 68 | His motion; something, ~to wit, that makes man to follow 61 2, 68 | natural perfection, to wit, the natural light of reason; 62 2, 68 | supernatural perfection, to wit, the theological virtues, 63 2, 68 | right land," because, to wit, none can receive the ~inheritance 64 2, 68 | the reason, in so far, to wit, as it has a natural ~aptitude 65 2, 68 | gratuitous graces, in so far, to wit, as man so far abounds in 66 2, 69 | active life, such acts, to wit, as are elicited ~by those 67 2, 69 | executive gifts: ~so that, to wit, hunger and thirst for justice, 68 2, 70 | that only which is last, to wit, that which man ~intends 69 2, 70 | stumbling-block," because, to wit, external things do not 70 2, 71 | power and act, so that, to wit, even as a ~good or evil 71 2, 72 | sin venially, because, to wit, he does not sin so as to 72 2, 73 | privation ~only, in so far, to wit, as it is a departure from 73 2, 73 | are opposed, so that, to wit, ~the graver the sin is 74 2, 73 | however, in so far, to wit, as it is owing to his ~ 75 2, 76 | obligation to know, those, to wit, without the knowledge of ~ 76 2, 76 | ignorance itself, because, to wit, this ignorance is voluntary, 77 2, 77 | its gravity, in so far, to wit, ~as it shows the intensity 78 2, 79 | of the unwise," who, to wit, in their ~folly, use creatures 79 2, 80 | this ~evil," of which, to wit, the devil is the cause, " 80 2, 87 | their ~passions; because, to wit, when men are deprived of 81 2, 87 | who are punished, when, to wit, men arise from sin, ~more 82 2, 87 | sin committed, so that, to wit, the disorder may be remedied 83 2, 89 | God however, so that, ~to wit, for the sake of these things 84 2, 94 | natural law, because, to wit, the distinction of possessions ~ 85 2, 95 | principles; in so far, to wit, as they see at once what ~ 86 2, 96 | from ~the end, when, to wit, they are ordained to the 87 2, 96 | from their form, when, to wit, burdens ~are laid on the 88 2, 99 | precepts; in so far as, to wit, it prescribes what is good, 89 2, 100 | the Law; in so far, to wit, as they disposed men to 90 2, 102 | represent his seat; since, to wit, the creature, which is 91 2, 102 | uncircumcised"; because, to wit, we are told that "unto ~ 92 2, 102 | the house": because, to wit, on account of ~their haste, 93 2, 102 | to the worship of God, to wit, after seven days. ~At the 94 2, 102 | years' time; those trees, to wit, that ~are cultivated either 95 2, 102 | thereof is at once added, to wit: "For ~the Lord thy God 96 2, 103 | pious pretense, lest, to wit, they should scandalize ~ 97 2, 104 | and in itself: because, to wit, it is instituted principally ~ 98 2, 104 | consequently: since, to wit, the entire state of ~that 99 2, 105 | fulfilled the Law": because, to wit, all the precepts of ~the 100 2, 105 | to ~their work, lest, to wit, they should be burdened 101 2, 105 | marry certain women; to wit, women of strange ~nations, 102 2, 105 | treated after marriage. To ~wit, that they should not be 103 2, 106 | salvation; those things, to wit, that we are bound to ~believe 104 2, 106 | full effect, so that, to wit, the ~Church would be founded 105 2, 109 | above the human ~mind, to wit by God, as the Philosopher 106 2, 1 | God, in as much as, to wit, through certain effects 107 2, 4 | of science, because, to wit, these principles are in 108 2, 4 | conviction," ~because to wit, the intellect of the believer 109 2, 6 | ourselves, inasmuch as, to wit, it is in our power to be 110 2, 11 | the truth," ~because, to wit, they do not make a choice 111 2, 18 | from chaste fear, when, to wit, a man fears a ~penal evil, 112 2, 18 | of wonder," because, to wit, they wonder ~at God's supereminence 113 2, 19 | movement of despair, to wit, that for him, ~being in 114 2, 20 | Holy Ghost, because, to wit, by presuming thus a man ~ 115 2, 22 | with benevolence, when, to wit, we love someone so as to 116 2, 22 | its object, in ~so far, to wit, as it is based on the moral 117 2, 23 | continuous movement, so that, to wit, if a thing increase so 118 2, 24 | for others, in so far, to ~wit, as we wish for their preservation, 119 2, 24 | loved out of charity, to wit: God, our neighbor, our 120 2, 25 | for God's sake, ~if, to wit, he leads us astray from 121 2, 25 | performed outwardly, so that, to wit, the affection of our ~charity 122 2, 25 | his children, because, to wit, he loves his father as 123 2, 26 | his virtue, because, to wit, by ~his virtue he is formally 124 2, 32 | in His effects, ~when, to wit, "the invisible things" 125 2, 33 | oppressive sorrow, which, to wit, so weighs upon man's mind, 126 2, 33 | of the body," when, ~to wit, a man shows the unsteadiness 127 2, 34 | same ~as envy, when, to Wit, a man grieves over another' 128 2, 35 | of wills, in so far, ~to wit, as one man's will holds 129 2, 36 | and vainglory, because, to wit, he clings to his own ~opinion, 130 2, 37 | these wicked men," those, to wit, who had caused the schism, " 131 2, 38 | general one, ~because, to wit, warlike pursuits are full 132 2, 38 | special one, ~because, to wit, all the clerical Orders 133 2, 40 | tending to fight," ~when, to wit, a number of people make 134 2, 41 | of injustice, those, to ~wit, whereby one harms one's 135 2, 41 | or deed, in so far, to ~wit, as one man by his injunction, 136 2, 41 | scandalized, because, to wit, he scandalizes himself.~ 137 2, 41 | Augustine is speaking, when, to wit, the excommunication ~of 138 2, 41 | necessary for salvation, to wit, that he whose duty ~it 139 2, 44 | essentially, because, to wit, worldly wisdom itself is 140 2, 45 | indirectly, in so far, to wit, as prudence directs the 141 2, 45 | flesh is death," because, to wit, it places its ultimate ~ 142 2, 51 | absolutely, because, to wit, it is general in respect 143 2, 51 | thoughtlessness, in so far, to wit, as one fails to judge rightly ~ 144 2, 53 | over much fear, when, to wit, a man fears to lack necessary ~ 145 2, 55 | but "fas," because, to wit, God is satisfied if we 146 2, 55 | common ~consent, when, to wit, a man deems himself satisfied, 147 2, 56 | the subject, because, to wit, a man ~wills to do a certain 148 2, 56 | obtaining an ~end, when, to wit, a man is unable to achieve 149 2, 56 | virtue, ~in as much, to wit, as it directs the acts 150 2, 56 | operations, in so far, to wit, as "the law commands us 151 2, 57 | virtues; in so far, to wit, as even external acts pertain 152 2, 58 | fertility," in so far, to wit, as it was a sign of the 153 2, 60 | merely in intention, when, to wit, he begins to have ~a mind 154 2, 60 | of ~receiving; when, to wit, a man is a receiver of 155 2, 64 | but as common, so that, to wit, he is ready to communicate ~ 156 2, 64 | sovereign," in ~order, to wit, that he may distribute 157 2, 64 | an evil intention, if, to wit, they fight chiefly not 158 2, 70 | materially, in so far to wit as he says that which might 159 2, 71 | were united, in so far, to wit, as by declaring ~the evils 160 2, 71 | First, directly, ~when, to wit, one man induces another 161 2, 72 | apparently evil, because to wit they are unpleasant to the ~ 162 2, 76 | unspotted," because, to wit, it forbids sin. Now usury 163 2, 76 | a greater evil, lest, to wit, through avarice to which 164 2, 79 | offered to men, because, to wit, that which befits mortals 165 2, 81 | beatitude, in so far, to wit, as they are the means of 166 2, 81 | sin, with the purpose, to wit, ~of destroying sin by the 167 2, 81 | understand it"; because, to wit, the will ~of God tends 168 2, 84 | voluntary, as regards, to wit, the quantity or kind of 169 2, 85 | personal ~tithes; because, to wit, all the other tribes had 170 2, 87 | swear at all'; ~lest, to wit, swearing lead us to swear 171 2, 87 | offendeth ~double," [because, to wit, "pretended equity is a 172 2, 87 | admits of change, so that, to wit, in certain emergencies, ~ 173 2, 90 | quantity, in so far, to wit, as something may be done 174 2, 91 | superstitious," those, to wit, who pay more attention 175 2, 93 | their beds, then He," God to wit, "openeth the ears of men, 176 2, 95 | sometimes implicitly, when, to wit, ~though he does not intend 177 2, 95 | Acts 4:30, in order, to wit, that Christ's ~power might 178 2, 95 | consecutively, because, to wit, if they paid tithes, they 179 2, 96 | temptation" ~(because, to wit, it proceeds from his weakness 180 2, 98 | spiritual power, in order, to wit, "that on whomsoever he 181 2, 102 | deed itself, because, to wit, one is not bound to do 182 2, 102 | agreeable matters," because, to wit, one's own ~will seems to 183 2, 104 | Ethic. v, 11), in so far, to wit, as the ~various parts of 184 2, 107 | duplicity, ~whereby, to wit, a man shows one thing outwardly 185 2, 107 | now speaking, because, to wit, in this manifestation of 186 2, 108 | Evang. ii): "He that has the wit to understand that in order 187 2, 108 | mystical sense, because, to ~wit, the latter's birthright 188 2, 109 | hide one's sin," lest, to wit, others be ~scandalized 189 2, 110 | species of pride, "when," to wit, "a man boasts of having ~ 190 2, 110 | is a venial sin, when, to wit, a man boasts of things 191 2, 111 | estimation of men, ~because, to wit, he despises human things, 192 2, 111 | prophet by birth, since, to wit, he was not of ~the race 193 2, 115 | special ~aspect, in so far, to wit, as they are employed for 194 2, 116 | aviditas*], because, ~to wit, it consists in a desire 195 2, 116 | of such things, when, to wit, a man acquires or keeps 196 2, 116 | soul to sale"; ~because, to wit, he exposes his soul - that 197 2, 116 | to mercy," because, to ~wit, a man's heart is not softened 198 2, 120 | generation, the order, to wit, of man's becoming good. 199 2, 120 | First, by ~excess, when, to wit, that which belongs to religion 200 2, 120 | of reverence, when, to wit, God is contemned, and this ~ 201 2, 121 | withstand them, when, to wit, it ~is necessary to dispel 202 2, 121 | some good, ~because, to wit, he is defending the common 203 2, 122 | perfection, because, to wit, it is not necessary for ~ 204 2, 123 | nor blame, ~because, to wit, we neither praise nor blame 205 2, 127 | regards honor, ~inasmuch, to wit, as honor has the aspect 206 2, 127 | about it, in so far, to wit, as both these ~things may 207 2, 127 | he deserves, because, to wit, man cannot sufficiently 208 2, 127 | every virtue, in so far, to wit, as he tends to what is 209 2, 127 | accidental; in so far, to wit, as one has to suffer an ~ 210 2, 127 | accidental, in so far, to wit, as it is deemed ~to surpass 211 2, 127 | take counsel," because, to wit he takes care to avoid what 212 2, 128 | its matter, inasmuch, to wit, as it implies ~contempt 213 2, 131 | result of pride: ~when, to wit, a man clings too much to 214 2, 136 | disposition, because, to wit, his mind is less persevering 215 2, 139 | external things, when, to wit, a man tends to that which 216 2, 142 | would follow, because, to wit, we ~should forfeit the 217 2, 146 | assigned to ~gluttony, to wit, "unseemly joy, scurrility, 218 2, 147 | of drinking, because to wit he exceeds the ~measure 219 2, 149 | other virtue, ~because, to wit, they are not referred to 220 2, 150 | by its end, in so far, to wit, as this ~is done in order 221 2, 150 | restored even by miracle, to wit, that one who has experienced ~ 222 2, 150 | of chastity itself; if to wit, the married person is more 223 2, 151 | intent on its ~object, to wit, the object of pleasure, 224 2, 152 | anything else," because, to wit, the vehemence of this passion 225 2, 153 | a virtue, in so ~far, to wit, as the reason stands firm 226 2, 154 | i.e. the ~principle']," to wit, the right estimate of the 227 2, 156 | found in ~anger, when, to wit, one is angry, more or less 228 2, 156 | the cause ~of anger, to wit, the inflicted injury, remains 229 2, 156 | by removing obstacles, to wit by hindering the judgment 230 2, 159 | grievous pride," since to wit, it would seem to ~aim at 231 2, 160 | excellence, a desire, to wit, that is not in accord ~ 232 2, 160 | off from ~God" because, to wit, the root of pride is found 233 2, 162 | suffers these penalties, to wit that he may thus be ~turned 234 2, 162 | should return thither, to wit the cherubim, and the ~" 235 2, 162 | they were both naked, to wit ~Adam and his wife, and 236 2, 166 | scandalous, and obscene," when to wit a man, for the purpose of ~ 237 2, 169 | knowledge, ~because, to wit, prophets know things that 238 2, 169 | manifest is light," because, to wit, just as the manifestation 239 2, 169 | themselves, in so far, to wit, as it sees them in ~their 240 2, 171 | in both respects, so," to wit, "as ~to see in spirit likenesses 241 2, 171 | words quoted; because, to wit, the prophets in declaring 242 2, 172 | knowledge itself, because, to wit, the supernatural truth 243 2, 172 | of the seer, because, to ~wit, he has not yet attained 244 2, 172 | when this city," Rome to wit, "was being built, which 245 2, 173 | twofold appetite in man; to wit, the ~intellective appetite 246 2, 173 | relation to his ~body, to wit, whether it were accompanied 247 2, 178 | the imagination"; when, to wit, from the ~consideration 248 2, 178 | contrary to reason"; when, to wit, ~by the divine enlightening 249 2, 178 | the ~blessed Benedict, to wit, "saw a fiery globe in the 250 2, 181 | his person, in so far, to wit, as a man is his own master 251 2, 183 | observes moderation, so, to wit, that they cease to be in 252 2, 183 | their order, because, to wit, they have ~ceased to be 253 2, 187 | children, in so far, to wit, as they are placed in a 254 2, 187 | children of hell, because, to ~wit, they were not forgiven 255 3, 2 | with His flesh is both - to wit, God and ~man - let him 256 3, 2 | worse than Nestorius - to wit, that the soul and ~body 257 3, 2 | to the whole Trinity - to wit, ~to be the active principle 258 3, 3 | things are signified - to wit, the principle and the term 259 3, 5 | requires determinate matter, to wit, ~flesh and bones, which 260 3, 14 | these bodily defects, to wit, death, ~hunger, thirst, 261 3, 15 | from the same principle, to wit, from the withdrawal of 262 3, 15 | overcomes its enemy - to wit, the concupiscence of ~the 263 3, 22 | God and the people: to wit, inasmuch as He bestows 264 3, 23 | the ~principle because, to wit, just as it is granted to 265 3, 39 | related 4 Kgs. 2: ~because, to wit, the approach to heaven 266 3, 39 | was opened": because, to ~wit, the faithful after baptism 267 3, 39 | something to the apparition, to ~wit, the authority of the sender. 268 3, 41 | example: to teach us, to wit, how to ~overcome the temptations 269 3, 41 | understood of the Holy Ghost, to ~wit, that "thither did His Spirit 270 3, 44 | use of ~creation: when, to wit, He multiplied the loaves. 271 3, 44 | air ~and water: when, to wit, as related Mt. 8:26, "He 272 3, 46 | highly sensitive ~parts - to wit, the hands and feet; moreover, 273 3, 47 | forsaken Me?" because, to wit, He left Him to the power 274 3, 48 | in every sacrifice - to wit, to whom it is offered, 275 3, 57 | twofold nature in Christ, to wit, the Divine ~and the human. 276 3, 58 | Matth.), "that place," to ~wit, sitting at the right hand, " 277 3, 66 | his head" (Eccl 2:14): to wit, that he may "be ready ~ 278 3, 67 | ministers"; because, ~to wit, it is not in the deacon' 279 3, 69 | effects of ~Baptism, to wit - incorporation in Christ, 280 3, 69 | as effects of Baptism, to wit - "incorporation in Christ, ~ 281 3, 69 | with a carnal intention, to wit, that their bodies may be 282 3, 70 | of Faith; in so far, to ~wit, as in Baptism man makes 283 3, 70 | the ~precept; so that, to wit, those who delayed beyond 284 3, 70 | the faith": because, to wit, ~justice was of faith signified: 285 3, 71 | sacraments, in Baptism, to wit, in the ~Chrism, in the 286 3, 72 | by its ~odor. because, to wit, the apostles were filled 287 3, 72 | cross," in which sign, to wit, our King ~triumphed (cf. 288 3, 72 | Heb. 9:10) because, to wit, they wrought nothing inwardly. ~ 289 3, 73 | more signs than one, to wit, bread and ~wine, it seems 290 3, 73 | integrity of this ~sacrament, to wit, spiritual food and spiritual 291 3, 73 | reality and sacrament, to wit, Christ's true body; and 292 3, 75 | of all being, so that, to wit, ~the whole substance of 293 3, 77 | into the body," because, to wit, ~Christ's body is not changed 294 3, 79 | considered in this sacrament, to wit, ~the sacrament itself, 295 3, 83 | His Passion: because, to wit, by ~this sacrament, we 296 3, 84 | the canons, so that, to wit, for such and such a sin 297 3, 84 | beginners, of those, to wit, who are making a fresh 298 3, 85 | commutation in favors, when, to wit, ~a man gives thanks for 299 3, 85 | become," by penance, to wit; and according to ~another [* 300 3, 89 | effectively, because, to wit, it is a cause of death, 301 3, 89 | privatively, because, to wit, they lack ~spiritual life, 302 3, 90 | of Penance, inasmuch, to wit, as ~they are the matter 303 Suppl, 1 | destroy past sins, the act, to wit, of penance, as ~is evident 304 Suppl, 14| ceased to sin, when, ~to wit, he was last in sin; unless 305 Suppl, 21| already given, because, to wit, the faithful communicate 306 Suppl, 32| are anointed. the eyes, to wit, ~on account of the sight, 307 Suppl, 36| greater or lesser extent - to wit, that ~those who are placed 308 Suppl, 36| presumptuous for such a man, one to wit who is not enlightened, 309 Suppl, 39| bishop of Nola, Paulinus, to wit, sold himself as a ~slave 310 Suppl, 47| spiritual father, the Pope to wit, can by his ~command compel 311 Suppl, 49| marriage, the ~sacrament to wit, denotes not only its indissolubility, 312 Suppl, 49| of marriage, so that, to wit, it is not as a wife but 313 Suppl, 54| extent it commanded them; to wit that each man should take 314 Suppl, 55| new degree,~because, to wit, the person begotten is 315 Suppl, 59| greater danger, lest to wit they should ~pervert to 316 Suppl, 60| voiding the contract, when to wit the husband kills his wife 317 Suppl, 70| when this," the body to wit, "is ~corrupted, the soul 318 Suppl, 70| accidentally, in so far, to wit, as it is apprehended as 319 Suppl, 70| the soul, in so far, to wit, ~as it is the instrument 320 Suppl, 71| way of merit, so that, to wit, a man be able to ~merit 321 Suppl, 71| hears sinners, when, to wit, they ask for ~something 322 Suppl, 71| itself of the ~doer: when, to wit, the dead person himself, 323 Suppl, 72| the gloss, because, to ~wit, water is believed to have 324 Suppl, 72| restricted sense, in ~so far, to wit, as it leads to that which 325 Suppl, 73| of the resurrection: to wit, the Divine ~will which 326 Suppl, 73| transmutation of the bodies, to wit the gathering together of 327 Suppl, 75| judgment immediately, when, to wit, the signs of the judgment 328 Suppl, 80| superiority certain bodies, to wit the solar rays, ~are able 329 Suppl, 80| variation of place; so, to wit, that the parts of a glorified 330 Suppl, 85| being, in order that, to ~wit, just as then all things 331 Suppl, 88| form, the rational soul to wit, ~which will remain incorrupt 332 Suppl, 89| separate substances, to wit that separate substances 333 Suppl, 89| contribute to knowledge, to wit, the knower and the thing ~ 334 Suppl, 89| illumination," because, to wit, the Divine essence, which 335 Suppl, 89| proportionateness; so that, to wit, as the ~knower is to the 336 Suppl, 89| third medium, so ~that, to wit, God be known by the images 337 Suppl, 92| bridegroom and bride, to wit that they should be of the 338 Suppl, 93| character of ~good. First, to wit, from its root which is 339 Suppl, 93| aurea," a kind of joy, to wit, in the works one has done, 340 Suppl, 93| presence of the Lamb, those, to wit, who ~follow the Lamb whithersoever 341 Suppl, 93| motive ~of conflict, when, to wit, a man strives for the most 342 Suppl, 93| for salvation, when, to wit, a person is seized by a 343 Suppl, 93| uncreated end, when, to wit, an act ~is done for God' 344 Suppl, 93| the ~virgin's aureole to wit, receive intension or remission.~


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