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|Category:||Clothes, shoes, accessories, and miscellaneous|
|Address:||5000 South Arizona Mills Circle|
Tempe, AZ 85282
|Phone:||(+1) 480 / 4917300|
|Operation hours:||Mon.-Sat.: 10.00 am - 9.00 pm|
Sunday.: 11.00 am - 6.00 pm
|Brands:||Aeropostale, Alex Optical, Allstarz, American Eagle Outfitters, Amuse, Anchor Blue, Animal Kingdom, Aramark, Arizona Territory, Bath & Body Works Outlet, BCBGMAXAZRIA, Black Market Minerals, Burger King, Burlington Coat Factory, California Girlz, Capri Jewelers, Carter's Children Wear, Casual Male Big & Tall Outlet, Cathy's Accessories, Charlotte Russe Outlet, Chico's, Children's Place Outlet, Churromania, Claim Jumper, Claire's Accessories, Clarks Bostonian, Crocs, Disney Store Outlet, dressbarn, ecko unltd, Eddie Bauer Outlet, El Pollo Loco, Famous Footwear, Foot Locker, Forever 21, Frank's Barber Shop, Frederick's of Hollywood, G by GUESS, Gap Outlet, Group USA The Clothing Company, Gymboree Outlet, Haggar Clothing Co., Harkins Luxury 25 Cinemas, Harkins Theatres IMAX, HomeMart, IZOD, JCPenney Outlet Store, Journeys, Journeys Kidz, Just Sports, Kay Jewelers Outlet, Kenneth Cole Outlet Store, Last Call by Neiman Marcus. L'eggs Hanes Bali Playtex Factory Outlet, Levi's Outlet Store, Nike Factory Store, Nine West Outlet, Old Navy Clothing Company, OshKosh B'Gosh Outlet, Reebok Outlet, Rockport Outlet, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Ross Dress for Less, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, Samsonite Factory Outlet, SEARS Appliance Outlet, Shiekh Shoes, Shoeteria, Sunglass Hut Fashion Outlet, Tommy Hilfiger, Van Heusen Factory Outlet, Vans Outlet, Victoria's Secret, Wilsons Leather Outlet, Zales The Diamond Store Outlet, Zumiez, etc.|
|Potential savings:||30% - 70%|
Customer rating: 3.4 out of 5 stars with 5 votes.
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Jonata wrote on 12/25/2015:
You never cease to amaze me. The people that you paopogrhth are so blessed to have these life changing moments captured so beautifully forever. I especially love the one where the groom is so taken by emotion when he sees his bride coming towards him. Such a blessing to be able to see these images and relive these wonderful feelings.
Prabash wrote on 10/14/2015:
Very much dependent on the sefpicic engineering of the wind turbine. You are losing energy to friction, so the mechanics of the device are very important. All of that is not a consideration for fossil fuels becase the earth has done most of the conversion already by using gravity (i.e., pressure), which is basically infinitely available. If you are thinking not in terms of energy cost, but financail cost, then you really need to think about the supply chain. A single high-effeicncy wind turbine might cost $5MM to build, but there is operational cost, land cost, distribution and storage costs. All of that is baked into the end user price of a gallon of processed fossil fuels. I don't know the sefpicic numbers, but I do know that none of the wind farms would be profitable without the government subsidies that they are getting ATM.That chart of 1996 California date someone posted showing that wind is the lowest cost seems highly suspect to me at a minimum it is looking at regulatory compliance costs for things like nuclear and fossil feuls, not just the cost of generating and delivering the energy. That is the problem with data "sound bites", they are a little to easy to quote without thinking about them.
Sher wrote on 10/13/2015:
100 degrees is rlaely hot. I can handle dry heat but when it's humid, that's when it bugs me. The whole being sticky and sweaty, no fun at all.For the most part though, it seems in Portland you have pretty consistent weather which is nice.
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