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

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              xitarem cuius vertex in parte eius anteriori B exiſtit.
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              <s id="s.000745">Et quia fluidum ABC, vt dictum eſt, diuerſæ naturę, ac
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              conſiſtentiæ eſt ab ipſo fluido ambiente in quo mo­
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              uetur, ideò non commiſcentur, neque viciſſim
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                duntur</expan>
              inter ſe, ſed quodlibet eorum ſeruabit vnio­
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              nem, & connexionem ſuarum partium homogenea­
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              rum. </s>
              <s id="s.000746">Hinc conſtat quòd fluidum ABC dum fertur à
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              B versùs E, neceſſariò acquirit figuram tumidam, &
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              acuminatam versùs anteriorem partem motus eius,
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              & hoc ſemperverificari debet, à quacumque virtute
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              motiua transferatur, ſiue ab intrinſeca, & naturali,
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              ſiuè ab externa: & hoc propoſitum fuerat. </s>
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              Cap. 4. poſi­
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              tiuam leui­
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              tatem noņ
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              dari.</s>
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              Cap. 4. poſi­
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              tiuam leui­
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              tatem noņ
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              dari.</s>
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              PROP. LXXIII.
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              Poſito quòd fluidum violenter ſursùm exprimatur à fluido
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              ambiente grauiori, diuerſæque conſistentiæ, infima a­
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              ſcendentis fluidi ſuperficies explanata, vel
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              concaua erit.
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              <s id="s.000751">DEinde fluidum ABC, oleum v. g.
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              demerſum in fundo alterius flui­
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              di grauioris, & diuerſæ conſiſtentiæ, vt
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              eſt aqua intra fiſtulam ſtrictam SX con­
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              tenta, & ſuppoſito, quòd idipſum flui­
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              dum ABC non aſcendat in ipſa aqua à
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              vi natiuæ eius leuitatis translatum, ſed
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              expulſum per
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              à maiori gra­
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              uitate fluidi aquæ ambientis. </s>
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                <expan abbr="Oſtendẽ-dum">Oſtenden­
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                dum</expan>
              eſt in hac hypotheſi infimam, & poſticam
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