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

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              quouſque infima mercurij
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              libella ſit LO, & ſuprema
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              ſuperficies eiuſdem mer­
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              curij ſtagnantis ſit H reli­
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              cto nempè ſpatio vacuo
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              DABH, quia verò cylin­
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              drus aereus DI dilatatur,
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                <expan abbr="explicaturq;">explicaturque</expan>
              pro eius ge­
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              nio in ſpatio vacuo
                <expan abbr="ibidẽ">ibidem</expan>
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              relicto, fit vt poſſit
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                quando</expan>
              poſt eius dilatatio
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              nem integrè, & totalitèr
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              occupare
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              DABH,
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              & tunc cum
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              poſſit am­
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              pliùs explicari ſua virtute
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              elatere non impellet deorsùm ſuperficiem hydrar­
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              gyri H, & ideò ſumma altitudo mercurij HO erit
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              inalterata, ſcilicèt omnium maxima earum, quæ fie­
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              ri poſſunt vnius cubiti & quadrantis proximè, & tunc
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              experientia conſtat aerem DI maximè dilatatum in­
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              tra ſpatium DABH occupare locum 180. maiorem̨
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              quam prius. </s>
              <s id="s.001144">ſuppoſita hac cognitione ab experientia
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              deducta denuò operatio repetatur, & conſtat quod
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              omnes moles aeris non excedentes ſpatium DI non
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              depriment mediocrem mercurij eleuationem OH; &
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              è contrà omnes aeris moles excedentes DI
                <expan abbr="cõprimẽt">compriment</expan>
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              mercurium efficientque altitudinem OK minorem̨
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              menſura conſueta vnius cubiti, & quadrantis proxi­
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              mè, & hoc profectò non fuiſſe à doctiſſimo viro ani-</s>
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