If you look at the literature, if you look at the dictionary, the term 'saw' includes being aware of in the sense I've describedRomney stands by MLK claim Dec 21, 2007
My father and I marched with Martin Luther King Jr. through the streets of DetroitRomney stands by MLK claim Dec 21, 2007
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I'm not making an official announcement until the time comes but plan on me being thereMass. Gov. Romney to seek second term Dec 23, 2004
Continuing to raise taxes to feed a bureaucratic beast can only result in devouring the means and motivation of our peopleRomney takes reigns in Mass. Jan 02, 2003
George Romney (26 December 1734 – 15 November 1802) was an English portrait painter. He was the most fashionable artist of his day, painting many leading society figures - including his artistic muse, Emma Hamilton, mistress of Lord Nelson.
Romney was born in Beckside in Dalton-in-Furness, Lancashire (now part of Cumbria), the 3rd son (of 11 children) of John Romney, cabinet maker, and Anne Simpson. He was sent to school at Dendron, but appears to have been an indifferent student and was withdrawn at the age of 11 and apprenticed to his father's business instead.
He proved to have a natural ability for drawing and making things from wood - including violins (which he played throughout his life). From the age of 15, he was taught art informally by a local watchmaker called John Williamson, but his studies began in earnest in 1755, when he went to Kendal, at the age of 21, for a 4-year apprenticeship with local artist Christopher Steele - a portraitist who had himself studied with distinguished French artist Carlo Vanloo. All costs were to be born by George's father.