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

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              ob earum conſiſtentiam, hinc fit, vt nullam paſſionem
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              dolorificam ſentiant. </s>
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              Cap. 3. flui­
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              dum in ſuo
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              toto quie­
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              ſcens pon­
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              PROP. XXXV.
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              Vrinatores constrictionem aliquam infra aquam patiuntur
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              ob acrem in eis contentum.
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              <s id="s.000337">NOn tamen negari poteſt adeſſe in animali par­
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              tes aliquas aereas, & ſpiritoſas, quas
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              , ac conſtringi poſſe manifeſtum eſt, vnde à cir­
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              cumambiente conſtipatione, quam patiuntur vrina­
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              tores in profundo maris conſtituti, neceſſariò aer in
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              pectoris cauitate contentus ob reſpirationis ne­
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              ceſſitatem, & particulæ illæ minimæ aereæ per cor­
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              pus eius diſperſæ condenſationem aliquam patiun­
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              tur; proindequè motiones internæ ſpirituum forſan
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              impediuntur, & naturalis conſtitutio partium ani­
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              malis perturbatur; & inde inſenſibilis tranſpiratio
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              impedita laxitudinem, & paſſionem dolorificam̨,
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              ſenſumque ſuffocationis creat; & hoc quidem expe­
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              rimur quotieſcumque à veſte nimis anguſta
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              <s id="s.000338">Sed notandum eſt, compreſſionem veſtis non
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              eſſe vniuerſalem, & tunc quidem poteſt ſanguis ex­
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              pelli versùs faciem, & partes nudatas, & à veſti­
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              bus non conſtrictas, quod non contingeret ſi vni­
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              uersènè minima cutis particula libera à compreſſio­
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              ne eſſet. </s>
              <s id="s.000339">Sic cùm manus immergitur intra hydrar­
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              gyrum, patimur quidem ſenſibilem compreſſionem
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              dolorificam nedùm quia partes aereæ, & ſpiritoſæ </s>
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