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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" Thursday evening:

Motorola : "It has rested. It is now about to tackle 25. I think it goes higher."

Chicago Mercantile Holdings ( CME): "This is a stock that is a momentum stock. ... Wait until January when it falls back."

Charles & Colvard ( CTHR - Get Report): "I want to buy it here, not sell it. Cramer also called it a 'mon back*.

Amazon ( AMZN): "I bless a trade until Dec. 27. You want to buy it on the hype and sell it before the news."

Questar ( STR): "I think that stock is good for a trade right here right through January. Two thumbs up, way up."

Corning ( GLW - Get Report): "Take a look at the Circuit City ( CC) number the other day. Corning is not a one-trick pony, it's a three-trick pony. It will be 2007 before we have to go bearish on Corning."

Hi-Tech Pharmacal ( HITK): "One of my rules is I don't like the generic drug companies. ... One thumb up and I'll give it a bull, but please don't be greedy."

Best Buy ( BBY): "They bought some Pacific Kitchen and Bath Co. Until I know more about this acquistion, Don'tBuyDon'tBuyDon'tBuy."

AMR ( AMR): "Every airline cycle there's a buy, and then there's a sell. I rode Delta from 30 to 70 then back to 30. That said, I think you have 4 more points on AMR. Business is smoking there."

Smithfield Foods ( SFD): "I want you sell Smithfield Foods and go by PORK Premium Standard Farms /BRACKET>. ... New issue with better bloodlines."

Navteq ( NVT - Get Report): "This is the global positioning Christmas. Navteq works."

Sirf Technology : "One of the best semiconductor companies out there. They call it local awareness. I call it global positioning. It's a global-positioning Hanukkah and Christmas."

FedEx ( FDX): "This FedEx is one of the great best of breed plays. Fifty-two-week high ring the register and cycle into UPS ( UPS - Get Report)."

Vertex ( VRTX - Get Report): The hepatitis market is a good market and I also am rewarming to Millennium , so that's a two-fer sir."

VeriSign ( VRSN): "I don't want you in that House of Pain."

Lightning Round

Cramer was bullish on Motorola , Charles & Colvard ( CTHR - Get Report), Questar ( STR), Corning ( GLW - Get Report), Hi-Tech Pharmacal ( HITK), AMR ( AMR), Premium Standard Farms ( PORK), Navteq ( NVT - Get Report), Sirf Technology , UPS ( UPS - Get Report), Vertex Pharmaceuticals ( VRTX - Get Report)and Homex ( HXM).

Cramer was bearish on Chicago Mercantile Exchange ( CME), ( AMZN), Best Buy ( BBY), Smithfield Foods ( SFD), FedEx ( FDX)and VeriSign ( VRSN).

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

At the time of publication, Cramer was long Motorola.

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