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personal effects

noun
1.
privately owned articles consisting chiefly of clothing, toilet items, etc., for intimate use by an individual.
Origin
1835-1845
1835-45
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  • There clearly have been a great many solutions to the problem of carrying around personal effects.
  • His personal effects were scattered and sealed under lock and key at private residences.
  • All you bring is a sleeping bag and personal effects.
  • Explore his personal effects, including the manuscripts of his written works and his firearm collection.
  • Insure your belongings and personal property with a personal effects protection plan.
  • Baggage insurance, sometimes referred to as personal effects insurance, covers your baggage in the event of mishaps.
  • The wreck and its debris field contain a diverse collection of tools, cooking utensils, and personal effects of the crew.
  • Boxes of peelers straight from the factory made up the bulk of his personal effects.
  • It doesn't seem right, this show of non-show of personal effects.
  • Exclusion of household goods and personal effects.

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