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

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              li, ſed magis appropinquata vna versùs alteram, ſu­
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              aſſicula Z, & vidi, quod
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              mabantur ad diſtantiam̨
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              digito minorem, nedùm ſe
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              mutuò non amplecteban­
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              dè ab altera effugiebat,
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              & amplexus laminularum, tunc ſolummodò accidit,
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              quando argines aquei ſimiles ſunt inter ſe, ſcilicèt
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              <s id="s.002055">Et in omnibus præ­
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              dictis operationibus experitur, quod ſi vna prædi­
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              ctarum laminularum fixè, & in quiete retineatur, ſeù
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              potiùs in oriſicio vaſis exiſtat, reliqua laminula li­
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