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Peter S. Canellos | National Perspective

For Romney, now's the time to sweat

In February, Mitt Romney endorsed John McCain. Romney has made methodical inroads into McCain's confidence. In February, Mitt Romney endorsed John McCain. Romney has made methodical inroads into McCain's confidence. (Dominic Chavez/Globe Staff/file)
By Peter S. Canellos
Globe Staff / July 22, 2008

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WASHINGTON - Mitt Romney is a shrewd businessman, known for his cautious approach to the nerve-rattling takeover business. Romney's colleagues even came up for a name for what happened when Romney's inner worries began to ruffle his carefully groomed appearance - "pitting," for when the armpits of his expensive blue shirts would start to darken from perspiration. (Full article: 775 words)

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