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

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              vaginam extrahi, & immitti poteſt; vnde patet, quod
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              in tali motu ſpatia inania non admittuntur. </s>
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              Cap. 12. dę
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              vacui neceſ­
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              ſitate.</s>
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            <p type="main">
              <s id="s.002859">Præterea ſphæræ, coni, conoides, & cæteræ re­
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              gulares figuræ curuæ motu vertiginis circa proprium
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              rotari poſſunt, abſque perturbatione figuræ am­
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              bientis corporis, & proinde
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              vacui admixtione. </s>
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            <p type="main">
              <s id="s.002860">At figuræ polihedræ non priſmaticæ directè mo­
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              ueri non poſſunt abſque perturbatione figuræ, ſitua­
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              tionis, & diſpoſitionis ambientium
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              ; & prop­
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              terea neceſsè eſt vt non permaneat illa conſtipatą
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              vnio ſolidorum angulorum, quæ neceſſaria eſt ad ſpa­
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              tium omninò replendum. </s>
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              <s id="s.002861">Priſmata, cylindri, ſphæræ, coni, & nonnullæ aliæ
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              transferri tranſuersè motu directo, & inclinato ad a­
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              xim non poſſunt, niſi figura, quam anguli ſolidi cor­
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              porum ambientium repletam, & conſtipatam conſti­
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              tuebant omninò perturbetur, admiſceaturque noņ
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              nihil vacui. </s>
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              <s id="s.002862">| Præterea figuræ polihedræ circa aliquam lineam
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              tamquam axim circumduci
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              , niſi perturbetur
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              diſpoſitio conſtipata corporum ambientium, vt iņ
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                <expan abbr="pauimẽto">pauimento</expan>
              non poteſt vnum laterculum rotari niſi am­
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              bientes laterculi ſitum, & ordinem conſtipatum mu­
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              tando ſpatia inania admittant. </s>
              <s id="s.002863">Alia symptomata o­
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              mittuntur, cùm hæc tantummodò in caſu noſtro ſuf­
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              ficiant. </s>
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              <s id="s.002864">Poſtea in ijs motibus in quibus inania ſpatia crea­
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              ri debent videndum reſtat an poſſint, &
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                ta</expan>
              celeritate prædicta inania ſpatia repleri, vt
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              vacuum admittant. </s>
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