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anyone in this office

a. Anyone in this office lives on their wits. Is (a) grammatically correct? In such cases I use 'everyone', but maybe 'anyone' is more emphatic. I heard this sentence in the movie: 'Glengarry Glen ...
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harder than “anyone” in his class or harder than “any other student” in his class?

A multiple choice question: He works harder than ____ in his class. Why would filling “anyone” there be wrong? And why would using "any other student" be right? I think it should be "...