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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The valuables were sent from Pakistan to India in sealed packets in 1961 and placed in the Reserve Bank of India's custody in New Delhi.
Prosecutors charged the Nigerians with stealing valuables and belongings of passengers while moving their handbags from the planes to the luggage belts at the arrivals terminal.
Neighbourhood Insp Neal Craig said: "Leaving valuables on display such as sat navs, mobile phones, handbags and music players in a car is an open invitation to thieves.
The operation, codenamed Affliction, was launched last month to put the brakes on the theft of valuables, such as sat navs, from cars.
Today the production crew stops in Los Angeles, its last destination, where up to 6,000 people - valuables in tow - are expected to descend on the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Britain's attics are hiding millions of pounds of valuables which many owners fail to realise the full value of, according to insurer Hiscox.
As strange as it may seem, the problem of cultural valuables displaced as a result of war holds a very low ranking among the cultural issues discussed.
They may leave their valuables unattended or allow strangers access to restricted areas.
BoomerangIt Japan's service will help police departments, train and subway companies, hotels and others return lost valuables and ease the social burden of property recovery rooms and lost and found departments.
But before boarding the vans for the ride to the top of the mountain, they made a fateful mistake: They locked valuables in the trunk of their car, notably a wallet and a condo key.
Tossed to the Curb -- Hiding valuables in your very own secret place.
It's very likely that whoever did this knows the victim or has heard of the victims' valuables,'' Fairchild said.