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'Survivor' tale of woe contested back home

Survivors Erik Huffman, Peih-Gee Law, and Denise Martin (right) prepared for a challenge. Survivors Erik Huffman, Peih-Gee Law, and Denise Martin (right) prepared for a challenge. (Jeffrey R. Staab/CBS)
By Andrew Ryan
Globe Staff / December 18, 2007

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Denise Martin became a blue-collar folk hero on the television program "Survivor: China," selling herself as a hardworking lunch lady from Douglas who earned $7 an hour serving mystery meat in an elementary school cafeteria. (Full article: 300 words)

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