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

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              Aliud
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              Cap. 4. poſi­
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              tatem noņ
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              <s id="s.000878">Sit igitur vas ABCD in cuius
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                do</expan>
              aperiatur amplum
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              BC,
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              ſit poſtea ligneus cylindrus FE,
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              cuius baſis HE paulò amplior ſit
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              foramine vaſis, vt nimirum poſſit
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              ipſum præcisè occludere, obſtrue­
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              reque ſimplici contactu; repleatur
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              poſtea vas aqua
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              ad AD, ſup­
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              ponit aduerſarius, quòd cylindrus
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              FE non poſſit in fundo vaſis deti­
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              neri, niſi
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              vi impellatur vir­
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              ga quadam ferrea ML præterea
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              ait, quòd ſi occluſo infimo foramine BC,
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              mo­
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              mento temporis recludatur os infimum, remoueatur­
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              que virga ML, fore vt aqua exeat per infimum os
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              BC, & lignum FE aſcendat ſursùm,
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              quod
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              , ſubdit ip­
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              ſe,
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              eſt argumentum certisſimum leuitatis poſitiuæ eiuſdem
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              ligni.
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              <s id="s.000879"> Et hic primò obſeruo contra aduerſarij aſſer­
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              tionem, quòd ſi baſis cylindri HE zona circularis
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              præcisè tangat, & exoſculetur perimetrum orificij
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              putei BC, tunc non requiritur epiſtomium vt aquą
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              è vaſe non effluat, neque requiritur impulſus virgæ
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              LM, vt prohibeatur aſcenſus cylindri FE è fundo va­
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              ſis, ſed ibidem quieſcet, veluti ſi tenacitèr colliga­
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              tus eſſet ab illo contactu ſimplici. </s>
              <s id="s.000880">Imò, quod magis
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              mirere, ſi infima zona baſis HE ipſius cylindri lignei
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              non perfectè congrueret; neque compleret vndique
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              tangendo orificium infimum BC, ſed per rimulas,
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              vel angulos aliquos aqua deorſum efflueret, tunc </s>
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