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|Category:||Clothes, shoes, accessories, and miscellaneous|
|Address:||6806 South Eisenman Road|
Boise, ID 83716
|Phone:||(+1) 208 / 3315000|
|Operation hours:||Mon.-Sat.: 10.00 am - 8.00 pm|
Sunday: 11.00 am - 6.00 pm
|Brands:||Bass & Co., Carter's Childrenswear, Dressbarn, Dressbarn Woman, Eddie Bauer, Famous Footwear Outlet, Hanes Bali Playtex, Harry and David, Kitchen Collection, Levi's Outlet, Oshkosh B'Gosh, Reebok, Sunglass Hut, Van Heusen, Vanity Fair Outlet, Vitamin World, etc.|
|Potential savings:||20 - 50%|
|Last update:||The data has been last updated on 02/12/2011.|
Customer rating: 4.1 out of 5 stars with 9 votes.
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Atefeh wrote on 12/25/2015:
Wow. I had no idea they made that much. Getting pretty close to the President of the United States, who makes $400,000.Nevertheless, back to the issue of tuitoin increases. I looked on the Idaho State Board of Education site to get these figures as I remembered that ISU got a tuitoin increase last year, but I couldn't remember how much. According to the SBOE,2006/07 5.01% increase to $4400. 2007/08 6% increase to $4664. 2008/09 6.5% increase to $4964. 2009/10 9% increase to $5416.These are just ISU figures. That's in FOUR years. Now they want another 7%. Wish I could get even a little raise, let alone 5,6,7, or 9%! It's the students who will be hurt by this. More debt to carry. And for some, too much and therefore no college.
Nikol wrote on 10/13/2015:
GOOD NEWS. After reading all the horbirle places to be for allergy prone people, I have good news. Here it is. 5000 feet and above; right on the ocean in a house, condo or apartment; and travel on the road as a fulltime RVer. Those are the only things that will work without destroyiny your body with medicine and shots. It's worth it to try the grapeseed extract. I am an herbalist with allergies. This method does not work for everybody but it definitely is worth trying for relief from allergies. I lived in Pa as a child, had shots etc. Miserable. Lived in New York, actually a bit better but still has seasonal allergies. Lived on the Ocean in Fla. Much better but still had mold problems to deal with. Lived in the Mountains and could breathe but still had some mild allergies. The best for me was when I traveled. If you have an at home job or can telecommute, I have found the if you move around, the allergy goblin can't catch you, especially if you don't stay too long in one place. Now don't go and park by horse stables with hay or woods with mold or lakes with mold too long or you will have allergies. How long can you stay? Until your nose tells you, uhoh, it's time to leave now. That's why vacations work for some people they temporarily fool their bodies in thinkig the allergies have left. Sometimes, they can fool you into thinking this is a great place to live but the minute you do you're stuck there and with, SURPRISE, allergies. So good luck. Move around if you can andif not, look into how you can. Remember, high mountains, right on the ocean, and move around. It's worth it to be able to breath.
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