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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" Wednesday evening:

Aircastle

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: "I am giving you right now an honorary degree in investing," Cramer told the caller from Roger Williams University in Rhode Island, "because that is an aerospace company that is working. Fifty-two-week high, going higher."

Brightpoint

( CELL): "I just don't think they have a proprietary-enough business model. ... commodity stuff for cell phones. Ixnay Brightpointnay."

IntraLase

( ILSE): "This one's a tough call. We know the wheels of capitalism are greased by wrinkle-free skin. ... Bottom line is if you're gonna play lasers, I am gonna go back to

Palomar

( PMTI). PMTI is two thumbs up, way up. Cuervo la Familia."

Brocade Communications

(BRCD)

: "The

McData

( MCDTA) acquisition is good. By the way, I also bless

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QLogic

(QLGC)

). ... Brocade's at 8, it's going to 10. Get long, stay long."

TD Ameritrade

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: "I was disappointed with the growth. I was disappointed with the integration. I was disappointed with the execution. ...

CEO Joe Moglia is worth a second chance. Let's wait until the stock goes to 15, though, before we pull the trigger."

OraSure Technologies

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: Cramer called it a "serial disappointer," and offered

Gilead Sciences

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instead.

Ford

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: "Alan Mulally ... is money in the bank. He's like

Starbucks

CEO Howard Schultz. ... This is a guy I want to bank with. He is going to turn around Ford." Cramer also is sticking by

General Motors

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.

Bronco Drilling

( BRNC): "This group just had its move. I'm worried. We get one warm day, it gives it back. ... I'll send you to

Halliburton

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," which Cramer owns for his

Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.

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EuroZinc Mining

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: "I have been recommending EZM as the ultimate call on copper. ... 52-week high."

Joy Global

( JOYG): "I don't want to be in the mining-equipment business. ... I'd rather be in

Caterpillar

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or

Terex

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, which is, by the way, like

Manitowoc

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, which just reported a really good quarter."

NuVasive

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: "Back pain, back injury probably the biggest market out there. NuVasive is the way to play it."

*For all you home-gamers, a 'mon-back opportunity means Cramer would back up the figurative truck and load up on a stock.

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Halliburton.

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