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

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              cèt aqua demerſa intra mercurium dicitur leuis, &
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              moueri ſursùm à principio intrinſeco, at ſi eadem̨
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              aqua intra oleum mergatur, dicetur iam grauis, noņ
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              leuis, & moueri deorsùm à principio interno. </s>
              <s id="s.000569">Hoc
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              verò duplicem ſenſum habere poteſt, aut dictæ duæ
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              contrariæ qualitates ſemper in eodem corpore aquæ
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              exiſtunt, & vigent, aut ſucceſſiuè modò vna, modò
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              altera in ea reperitur, ita vt aqua in fundo hydrar­
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              gyri poſita ſit reuera leuis, & nullo pacto grauis, &
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              è contià, quando eadem aqua in oleo demergitur,
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              hìc grauitatem habeat, & nullam prorsùs
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              ,
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              itaut remaneat ſopita, & extincta leuitas illa, quæ
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              tanta efficacia
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              ſursùm impellebat à fundo mer­
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              curij, igitur in primo ſenſu retinere aqua deberet
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              perpetuò duas contrarias qualitates, ſcilicèt leuita­
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              tem, & grauitatem eodem modo, ac dicuntur mixta
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              participare ex qualitatibus extremis, calido nempè,
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              & frigido, & veluti colores medij nigre dinem, at­
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              que albedinem participare
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              , igitur dici de­
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              beret, quod in igne prorsùs, & abſolutè leui qua­
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              tuor integri gradus leuitatis reperiuntur, & ſimili­
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              tèr in ipſa terra exiſtunt quatuor gradus grauitatis,
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              at aer habebit tres gradus leuitatis, & vnicum gra­
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              dum ponderoſitatis, ſic aqua vnicum gradum lèui­
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              tatis, & tres grauitatis haberet, &
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              aliud cor­
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              pus medium inter aerem, & aquam, veluti forſan
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              eſt ſpiritus vini, habere poſſet duos gradus leuitatis,
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              & duos alios gradus grauitatis.</s>
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