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

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              cliuitatis AB perueniatur: non poteſt verò deorsùm̨
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              illa fluere dilabique abſque eo quod eius vertex G
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              versùs culmen B approximetur; neque huiuſmodi
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              approximatio fieri poteſt abſque eo quod laminą
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              ſubiecta LM innatando lateralitèr moueatur versùs
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              S, & ſuprema lamina AC excurrat aliquantiſpèr ver­
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              sùs R, igitur neceſsè eſt, vt ambæ laminæ moueantur
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              lateralitèr, & propriùs ad ſe ſe accedant, & tunc præ­
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              cisè quieſcent, nec vlteriùs ſe promouebunt, quan­
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              do præcisè obliquitas deſcenſus terminatur, ſcilicèt
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                <expan abbr="quãdo">quando</expan>
              vertex G inferioris guttulæ præcisè congruit,
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              adhæretque extremitati B guttulæ ſupremæ, & tunc
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              prędicti vertices aliquo pacto explanantur, efficiun­
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              turque horizonti æquidiſtantes, quod efficitur me­
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              diante vnione notabilis ſuperficiei in vtraque gut­
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              tula, vnde ſequitur effectus quietis ſuperiùs expo­
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              ſitus, </s>
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              Cap. 9. de
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              corpuſculo­
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              rum
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                tium</expan>
              mutuo
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              amplexu at­
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              que fuga.</s>
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              <s id="s.002073">Tranſeo iam ad alia experimenta difficiliora, pro
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              quorum declaratione præmitti debent aliqua lem­
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              mata tum ex hydroſtaticis, cùm ex mechanicis. </s>
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              PROP. CLXXXX.
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              Corpus molle, vel fluidum intra aliud grauius fluidum de­
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              merſum ne dum ab hoc ſursùm exprimitur, ſed etiam
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              later ali motu eius partes ſtringuntur.
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              <s id="s.002076">COnſtat ex coroll. </s>
              <s id="s.002077">prop. 10. fluidi naturam con­
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              ſiſtentis talem eſſe vt partium eius inferiorum
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              æquabilitèr diſpoſitarum, ſcilicèt horizontalitèr in-</s>
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