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Default Is using Stacks (the data collection class) allowed in Silverlight?

Is using Stacks (the data collection class) allowed in Silverlight? I have used Stacks in my WPF c# application. But Visual Studio complains when I declare a Stack in my Silverlight APP. I need to use this class. Is there a substitute?

I tried searching but the results from search engines talked about stack panels, which are not the same thing.
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