Borelli, Giovanni Alfonso, De motionibus naturalibus a gravitate pendentibus, 1670

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              ralis IG, & hoc conſtat, quia ſi in ſtricta fiſtula vitrea
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              Cap. 3. flui­
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              dum in ſuo
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              CAP. XX.
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              Corpora terrena cùm è locis ſuis naturalibus remouentur
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              deſcendendo nullam grauitatem exercent.
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              <s id="s.000237">SEd ſublata prædicta difficultate deuenio ad
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              quòd adeò falſum eſt corpora terrena
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              dum quieſcunt in proprijs locis non grauitare, vt è
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              contra quando à locis naturalibus ſeparata mouen­
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              tur
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              nullam grauitatem exerceant ſuper alias par­
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              tes eiuſdem corporis, quod licèt videatur parado­
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              xum, oſtendetur nihilominùs hac ratione. </s>
              <s id="s.000238">Conci­
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              piantur primò facilitatis gratia duo lanæ inuolucra,
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              vnum ſuper alterum impoſitum ſupra planum ſubie­
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              ctum, certum eſt ſupremum comprimere, & grauita­
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              tem exercere ſupra ſubiectum inuolucrum, & hoc
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                ſtat</expan>
              ſenſu ab effectu ouem producit pondus lanæ in­
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              cumbentis, ſcilicèt ex inflexione, & compreſſionę
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              pilorum ſubiectæ lanæ, & è contra conſtat quando
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              eadem duo lanæ inuolucra collateralitèr ſeſe contin­
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              gunt fulciunturque à ſubiecto plano, tunc neque pi­
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              li lanei collaterales inflectuntur, nec comprimuntur, </s>
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