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Aliquis, if preceded by ne, becomes quis. Plautus (shoutout to ferriculus from the Amphitruo thread):
Ne [ali]quam multitudinem. That he should bring not any multidude. So, he should bring no multitude, although I suspect (I'd need context) that it actually means that he should bring no one at all.Ne quis miretus quis sim, paucis eloquar