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6,23,7: atque ubi quis ex principibus in concilio dixit se ducem fore ‘and when any of the chiefs has said in public assembly that he will be leader’ The contexts of occurrence of quis coincide only partially with the contexts (interrogative, conditional, imperative clauses) that Haspelmath indicates as exclusive of nonspeciﬁc pronouns. Quis is in fact found in interrogative and conditional clauses, but not in imperative clauses. This is to be related to the fact that the referents of indeﬁnites in interrogative and conditional clauses are only to be considered virtual or possible, while in imperative clauses they are given as existing, at least from the point of view of the speaker, even if they are not identiﬁed.
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15) a. Plaut. Cas. 370: ita ﬁt, ubi quid tanto opere expetas ‘that’s quite usual, when you’re awfully eager for something’ 12. It is signiﬁcant that with fortasse, which expresses an epistemic modality with a positive subjective orientation on the part of the speaker, only aliquis is found and not quis. 34 Alessandra Bertocchi, Mirka Maraldi, and Anna Orlandini b. c. Plaut. Curc. 293: ubi quid subripuere, operto capitulo calidum bibunt ‘when they have stolen something, they take hot drinks with their wretched heads mufﬂed’ Caes.