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

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              neque opus haberemus virga impellente ML vt li­
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              gnum prædictum in fundo vaſis retineretur, ſed
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                te</expan>
              ſua ibidèm quieſceret, imò ſi quis conaretur ſur­
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              sùm trahere prædictum
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              FE filo aliquo ML
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              tunc nedùm vt eius baſim diuelleret à contactu orifi­
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              cij BC, ſed etiam poſt eius ſeparationem à fundo per
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              aliquod exiguum interuallum, aliqua renitentia per­
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              ſentiretur, et vis aliqua trahens requireretur, aliàs
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              ſponte ſua lignum ipſum decideret denuò ad occlu­
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              dendum vaſis orificium BC, Hinc videat aduerſarius
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              quàm iure exclamet, cùm ait:
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              Agnoſcant ergò in ligno
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              leuitatem aliquam, &c.
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              quia cum experientia totum̨
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              oppoſitum oſtendat, iurè poſſemus ei reddere verba
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              ſua: Agnoſcat ergo in ligno nullam leuitatem ineſſe. </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. LXXXIII.
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              Supra foramen in fundo putei apertum exercetur compresſio
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              ponderis columnæ aqueæ vſque ad ſupremam eius li­
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              bellam extenſæ.
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              <s id="s.000884">ET profectò ij, qui verſati
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              ſunt in hac doctrina hydro­
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              ſtatica Archimedea optimè
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                runt</expan>
              , quòd quotieſcumque in præ­
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              dicto vaſe aqua pleno aperitur­
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              os in eius fundo BC, tunc adeſt
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              cylindrus aqueus IBCK, qui
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                primit</expan>
              , & vim facit proprio pon­
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              dere ſupra quodlibet corpus im-</s>
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