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In a particular negative aliquis (aliquí), some one (some), is regularly used, where in a universal negative quisquam, any one, or ullus, any, would be required: -

NOTE: The same distinction holds between quis and aliquis on the one hand, and quisquam (ullus) on the other, in conditional and other sentences when a negative is expressed or suggested: -