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Opticks:: Or, A Treatise of the Reflections, Refractions, Inflections and ... - Page 367
by Sir Isaac Newton - 1730 - 382 pages
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Opera, en anglois, avec notes par P. Shaw, Volume 1

Robert Boyle - 1738
...receive motion in " proportion to the force impreffing it, and " refill as much as they are refilled. By this " principle alone, there never could have...any motion in the world. Some other " principle was neceffary for putting bodies " into motion : for, from the various compo" fition of two motions, 'tis...
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Opera, en anglois, avec notes par P. Shaw, Volume 2

Robert Boyle - 1738
...impreffing it, and " refill as much as they are refilled. By " this principle, alone, there could never " have been any motion in the world. " Some other principle was neceflary for " putting bodies into motion j and now " they are in motion, fome other .principle " is neceflary for confervmg the motion. " For,...
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An enquiry after philosophy and theology: Tending to show when and whence ...

Robert Spearman - Religion and science - 1755 - 425 pages
...receive motion in " proportion to the force impr effing it, and " refift as much as they are refifted. By " this principle alone, there never could " have been any motion in the world. K Some other principle was neceflary for " putting bodies into motion ; and now they " are in motion,...
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The History of Philosophy, from the Earliest Times to the Beginning of the ...

William Enfield, Johann Jakob Brucker - Philosophy - 1791 - 628 pages
...reft, receive motion in proportion to the force impreffmg it, and relift as much as they are refifted. By this principle alone there never could have been...any motion in the world. Some other principle was neceffary for putting bodies into motion; and now they are in motion, fome other principle is neceffary...
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General Biography: Or, Lives, Critical and Historical, of the Most ..., Volume 7

John Aikin, William Enfield, Mr. Nicholson, Thomas Morgan, William Johnston - Biography - 1808
...rest, receive motion in proportion to the force impressing it, and resist as much as they are resisted. By this principle alone there never could have been...any motion in the world. Some other principle was necessary for putting bodies into motion; and now 'they are in motion, some other principle is necessary...
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The History of Philosophy: From the Earliest Times to the ..., Volume 2

William Enfield - Biography & Autobiography - 1819
...rest, receive motion in proportion to the force impressing it, and resist as much as they are resisted. By this principle alone there never could have been...any motion in the world. Some other principle was necessary for putting bodies into motion ; and now they are in motion, some other principle is necessary...
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Library for the people. (Division 1). The wonders of nature and art ...

Library - 1827
...rest, receive motion in proportion to the force impressing it, and resist as much as they are resisted. By this principle alone there never could have been...any motion in the world. Some other principle was necessary for putting bodies into motion ; and now they are in motion, some other principle is necessary...
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The Scientific and Literary Treasury: A New and Popular Encyclopedia of the ...

Samuel Maunder - Reference - 1853 - 844 pages
...rest, receive motion in proportion to the force impressing it, and resist as much as they are resisted. By this principle alone there never could have been...any motion in the world ; some other principle was necessary for putting bodies into motion; for, from the various compositions of two motions, it is...
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The Scientific and Literary Treasury: A New and Popular Encyclopedia of the ...

Samuel Maunder - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1853 - 844 pages
...receive motion in proportion to the force impressing it, and resist as much as they are resisted. Ity this principle alone there never could have been any motion in the world; some other principle was necessary for putting bodies into motion; for, from the various compositions of two motions, it is...
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The Scientific and Literary Treasury: A New and Popular Encyclopedia of the ...

Samuel Maunder - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1853 - 844 pages
...as they GRASS'HOPPER, in entomology, a species of the genus Gryllut, to which belong are resisted. By this principle alone there never could have been any motion in the the locust and cricket. The grasshopper world; some other principle was necessary GRATITUDE, an agreeable...
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