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    #1

    "... when kiss camel"

    "Saudi defies Corona-virus when kiss camel"

    Would it be correct if I wrote Saudi defies Corona-virus when kissing camel/Saudi defies Corona-virus kissing camel, please?



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    Re: "... when kiss camel"

    If this is a newspaper headline about a Saudi national risking contracting coronavirus by kissing a camel, it would be better as

    'Saudi defies coronavirus by kissing camel'.

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