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) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to sayabout some of the stocks that callers offered up during the "Mad MoneyLightning Round" Friday evening.

Frontier Communications

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: "This one is terrific. It's doing great and has an 8% yield. I want to pull the trigger on Frontier."



: "If you have to own a refiner then Tesoro is the one to own, but I'm not going to endorse it."

Hot Topic

( HOTT): "I've given up on Hot Topic. They don't really have a strategy and I don't like them."

Phillips-Van Heusen

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: "Everyone decided that all the apparel plays are bad. People are worried about cotton costs. I'm a believer. I would buy this weakness. I think

VF Corp

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is getting cheap too."



: "I like this stock very much. This is a truck-and-car play. There are short pullbacks in bull markets, I'd stick with it."

Cypress Semiconductor

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: "After

Skyworks Solutions

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got clobbered, I want to take some profits in Cypress."

American Superconductor

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: "People hate this stock but the insiders are buying. I like it."


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: "At $21, you want to own this stock. I wouldn't worry about it at all. That stock is a buy. Don't sell it, it's too darn cheap."

Qwest Communications


: "I feel good about it and I think it's terrific. "

--Written by Scott Rutt in Washington, D.C.

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