Mysterious disappearance is a term often used by insurance professionals to describe a claim for lost jewelry or a lost gem from a piece of jewelry. The disappearance of the item might not actually be a mystery – the insured person might know exactly where the item was lost – but it might be irretrievable. For example, suppose a woman might lose her wedding ring while swimming in a lake. She knows where the ring is, but to her, it is lost forever.
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