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failure caused by environmental externalities, makes a case for collective
action to force externalities into taking account.
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Does my sentence make sense?
It is not a skull, it's a decapitated cranium.
What do you mean by 'it's not a skull, it's a . . . . cranium'? What difference are you focusing on?
'Decapitate' means 'remove the head'. So, you'd speak of the body or the person as being decapitated.
'Cranium' is an uncommon word in a context like this. It sounds odd. Just say 'head'.
It's a severed head.
He's been decapitated.
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