Valuables

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Valuables

Items worth a significant amount of money. Valuables include things like jewelry, high quality furniture, and electronics. Some insurance policies limit coverage on valuables without additional premiums as they can be expensive to replace. Valuables are also called high-ticket items.
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Keep high-ticket items like gifts out of window view.
We offer our customers shopping options not always available at our stores," she says, pointing out such advantages as the availability of free shipping and expanded product selection in such categories as durable medical equipment, high-ticket diet and fitness products, and other high-ticket items.
Estate managers need as much legal prowess and discernment as attorneys in daily undertakings such as negotiating contracts on behalf of the estate, interfacing with architects and contractors, hiring and firing staff, and purchasing high-ticket items.
Cost-cutting continued to the be byword last week as publishers sought out agreements that would limit not only high-ticket items like the capital expenditures to buy new printing presses, but also smaller-cost things like state-capital coverage.
When people are tight on cash, they rein in high-ticket items, such as cars, he said, but they still like to splurge on treats such as jellies, mustards and chocolates.
Stories abound of retailers that place CCTV down 'hot' aisles containing high-ticket items rather than down quieter aisles where thefts are actually carried out.
The campaign centered on a sweepstakes with high-ticket items (Cadillac Escalade, Harley-Davidson motorcycle; his/her Rolex watches) to entice consumers to open checking accounts and to activate and use debit cards.
People are reluctant to spend on high-ticket items when they're not moving or buying a house," she said.
Categories with strong cross-channel competition are typically high-ticket items where consumers seek deals, such as beauty and personal care.
Results are based on data from the 2003 Consumer Expenditure Survey; a complete accounting of household expenditures, including high-ticket items such as homes and cars and small purchases like laundry detergent and videos.
Many of us understand this concept when it comes to our cars, our homes, or other high-ticket items, but we simply forget this when it comes to our bodies.
Shared high-ticket items are sourced by committee, usually based on collective experience.