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

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              Cap. 11. gra­
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              uia in fluido
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              velocitati­
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              bus inæqua­
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              libus ferri
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              debere.</s>
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              terminus circularis fluidum à ſolido ſeparans, quæ moti­
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              bus contrarijs agitantur.
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              <s id="s.002458">ET procedendo ad libræ, ſen ſiphonis in corpori­
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              bus natantibus ſtructuram, intelligatur vas am­
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              plum aqua plenum RSTX, in eoque demergatur
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              corpus ſolidum, & conſiſtens (cylindricum facilita­
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              loco expellatur, & infernè recurrat ad replendum lo­
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              cuius pars externa aquea AFCH tubum ex­
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              cium vaſis ſuppleat, non tamen euidens eſt tubum̨
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              aqueum AFCH ſiphonem conſtituentem præcisè æ­
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              <s id="s.002461">Quia tantumdem ſolidum AC
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