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

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              reflectentis, tunc liqueſcere incipit pila D, & fumum
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              fumus, veluti in aere aperto accidit, ſursùm aſcen­
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              Cap. 4. poſi­
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              Peripatetica Schola docet,
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              igitur neceſſario in ſpatio illo vacuo CEN, vel ſal­
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              tèm in quo aer non degit niſi valdè expanſus, & rare­
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              factus, fumus maiori vi ſursùm aſcendere deberet,
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              quàm in aere aperto, quia nimirùm ab aeris cor­
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              pulentia aliquo pacto impeditur ipſius progreſ­
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              ſus (videmus enim in aere aperto fumum ampliari,
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