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

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              ctu excurrent versùs parietem, cui ſuis villis adhæ­
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              rebunt, ex qua adhæſione momentum eius grauitatis
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              denuò imminuetur, & ideò renouabitur cauſa vlte­
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              rioris eius eleuationis à compreſſione laterali aquæ
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              ſuo momento non imminuto comprimentis, & hinc
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              ſequitur continuatio prædicti aſcenſus rotando, &
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              adhærendo parieti, quouſque efficiatur æquilibrium
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              cum prædicta aqua collaterali liberè premente. </s>
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              Cap. 8. cur
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              exiguæ aquę
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              guttæ ſupra
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                <expan abbr="libellã">libellam</expan>
              aquæ
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              aſcendunt.</s>
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              <s id="s.001972">Et hìc notandum eſt, quòd vis prædictæ adhæſio­
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              nis aquæ non eſt æqualis in omnibus partibus prædi­
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              ctæ montuoſitatis, ſed omnium maxima eſt illa, quæ
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              retinet mini nas aquæ particulas immediatè
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              tangentes, quæ non ſecùs, ac ſi eſſent claui, vel vn­
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              cini tenaci nexu ibidem inſinuantur, & minima erit
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              vis illa, quæ retinet remotiſſimas, & poſtremas par­
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              ticulas dictæ montuoſitatis aquæ, aliarum verò par­
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              tium illæ, quæ parieti viciniores ſunt, maiori tena­
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              citate ſuſpendentur, quam aliæ partes aquæ a præ­
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              dicto pariete magis remotæ. </s>
              <s id="s.001973">Et hinc oritur decliuitas
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              illa montis aquæ pendentis. </s>
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              Declinitas
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              prædicti a­
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              quei montis
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              pendet ex in
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              æqualitate
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              virtutis mo­n
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              tium.</s>
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              <s id="s.001975">Hic iam reſoluere poſſumus aliud problema val­
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              dè agitatum, vnde nimirùm proueniat, quòd aquą
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              in fiſtulis tenuiſſimis vtrinque apertis ſursùm aſcen­
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              dat. </s>
              <s id="s.001976">Et primo loco phænomena, quæ in hac opera­
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              tione obſeruantur, recenſeri debent. </s>
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              Proponun­
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              tur obſerua­
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              tiones
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                ſus</expan>
              aquæ in
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              fiſula gra­
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              ciliſſimis.</s>
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              <s id="s.001978">Poſtquam graciliſſima fiſtula EH contingit aquæ
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                <expan abbr="ſuperficiẽ">ſuperficiem</expan>
              RV in H videmus, quòd ſubito aqua ſen­
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              ſim aſcendere incipit ad notabilem altitudinem HK
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              eiuſdem cauitatis ſupra aquæ ſubiectæ libellam RV. </s>
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