In a particular
), some one
), is regularly
used, where in a universal
, any one
, or ūllus
, would be
“iūstitia numquam nocet
, justice never does harm to anybody.
would mean to somebody who
not without some fear. But,sine ūllō
metū, without any fear.
“cum aliquid nōn
, when there is something you have not.
[*] Note.--The same distinction
on the one hand, and
) on the other, in conditional and other sentences when a
negative is expressed or suggested:—
“sī quisquam, ille
sapiēns fuit ”
, if any man was (ever) a sage, he
“dum praesidia ūlla
(Rosc. Am. 126)
, while there were any armed forces.
sī quid in
if I have done wrong towards you [in any
particular case (see § 310）].