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Remember Rian Dean, the British woman who sued Abercrombie & Fitch after they noticed her prosthetic arm and relegated her to the stock room? There's been a verdict: "A central London tribunal awarded Miss Dean £8,000 for unlawful harassment and ruled that Abercrombie and Fitch failed to comply with employment law. But the tribunal found Miss Dean did not suffer disability discrimination." As such, she didn't get the £20,000 she'd initially sought. [BBC; Previously]