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Is there any difference between no one and nobody (someone-somebody ecc.)?
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piquk77 profile picture piquk77   
As far as I know, mainly a difference in formality. "Nobody" is less formal than "no one" is, so you'll find it used less often in formal contexts.
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Makki88 profile picture Makki88   

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