Galilei, Galileo, Les méchaniques, 1634

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              ayſement qu'il eſt plus eſtroit, & que
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              ſes coſtez panchent dauantage ſur l'ho­
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              rizon, c'eſt à dire qu'ils font de moin­
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              dres angles. </s>
              <s id="s.000014">Or ce meſme principe eſt
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              cauſe de ce que les cousteaux coupent ſi
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              ayſement, & de pluſieurs autres effects
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              que l'on peut remarquer en mille choſes,
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              dont on cognoiſtra les raiſons ſi on liſt
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              auec attention les traitez,
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              della Vite,
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              del Cuneo, della Taglia, della
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              Leua, della Bilancia, & dell' Aſſe
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              nella Rota,
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              que Guido Vbalde a com­
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              poſez: d'où ſe tire la nature des Ver­
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              rins, des Crics, des Preſſes, & de tout
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              ce qui ſert à augmenter, à conſeruer, ou
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              à diminuer la force, ou le temps. </s>
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              La force du coin depend auſſi de la per­
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              cuſſion, qui eſt ſi admirable qu'il n'y a
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              point de fardeau ſi lourd, que l'on ne
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              puiſſe faire remüer & cheminer auec
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              des coups de marteau, pour petits qu'ils
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              puiſſent eſtre, ce que l'on tient que
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              Galilée a experimenté en frappant ſi
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