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Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks that callers offered up during the "Mad Money Lightning Round" Friday evening:

Harris

: "This is one cheap communications stock. ... I say two thumbs up, way up."

Triumph Group

: "I think you should buy some Triumph Group right here down 9 straight points."

Merrill Lynch

: "I want to buy it right here, right now. I'm making it a triple buy."

Staples

: "A tepid one thumb up."

EMC

: "Yesterday's tech. ... I could move you into

Hewlett-Packard

" or

Network Appliance

, which Cramer owns for his

Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust."

Quest Diagnostics

: "You can eat off the floor of a Quest Diagnostics lab. ... It never misses a quarter; it is absolutely terrific."

Syngenta

: "As much as I like Syngenta ... how 'bout the fact that

Monsanto

after multiple, multiple upgrades, is down 12 points from its high? You like Syngenta, I like Monsanto."

General Dynamics

: "There's no pain involved with General Dynamics. ... That stock at 66, I think is going to 70."

Chipotle

: "These guys keep making their numbers. ... I think that this one is good. I wouldn't buy it, though, until it got to the 50s."

Old Republic

: "Does not get enough credit. This is a high-quality company. ... That stock's for me, two thumbs up, way up, make mine Milagro with a little bit of lime, maybe some tonic."

Mittal Steel

: "I like Mittal, but I like

Nucor

better."

Smith & Wesson

: "They now have protection, protection against lawsuits. ... That is what I call a value play. I think it goes higher."

Newcastle

: "If the

Fed

is done my friend, Newcastle Investment Corp. is going higher."

AMD

: "I think you have to wait until the end of the summer, then you pull the trigger."

Coldwater Creek

: "I'd buy Coldwater."

Juniper Networks

: "Juniper is not for me, my friend. It's missed the quarter too many times, and I need you to sell it."

Sirius

: "Mel Karmazin has not missed a single benchmark. ... It doesn't matter, Sirius is not going anywhere. I'd stick with Mel and not the stock."

Qualcomm

: "Holy cow! Qualcomm has now guided up six straight times. ... High growth is high growth. I am sticking with Qualcomm."

Lightning Round

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Cramer was bullish on

Harris

(HRS)

,

Triumph Group

(TGI) - Get Report

,

Merrill Lynch

( MER),

Staples

(SPLS)

,

Network Appliance

(NTAP) - Get Report

,

General Dynamics

(GD) - Get Report

,

Quest Diagnostics

(DGX) - Get Report

,

Old Republic International

(ORI) - Get Report

,

Allegheny Technologies

(ATI) - Get Report

,

Nucor

(NUE) - Get Report

,

Smith & Wesson

( SWB),

Newcastle Investment

(NCT)

and

Qualcomm

(QCOM) - Get Report

.

Cramer was bearish on

Univision Communications

( UVN),

EMC

(EMC)

,

Syngenta

(SYT)

,

Mittal Steel

(MT) - Get Report

,

Advanced Micro Devices

(AMD) - Get Report

,

Juniper

(JNPR) - Get Report

and

Sirius Satellite Radio

(SIRI) - Get Report

.

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Network Appliance and Qualcomm.

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