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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:

Sony: "Sony is probably two down, seven up. The guy's getting it together. I'm throwing you a bull."

Estee Lauder: "I would swap out of Avon and buy Estee."

Sears: "I think that's a buy in a bull or bear market. I want to buy Sears. I'm taking two thumbs up right here."

Newmont Mining: "Newmont Mining is not doing well, not mining more gold. May I suggest you sell Newmont and buy Yamana."

Smith & Wesson: "Smith & Wesson is not done going up. That stock is definitely going higher. Stay long."

World Wrestling Entertainment: "This and Martha Stewart Omnimedia are both 16 dollars. I think that WWE has momentum and Martha doesn't ... SellSellSell Martha. Buy WWE."

Continental Airlines: "Continental 31, goes to 36 ... Stick with Continental."

Lightning round

Cramer was bullish on Sony ( SNE), GameStop ( GME), Estee Lauder ( EL), Sears Holdings ( SHLD), Yamana ( AUY), Smith & Wesson ( SWB), Altria ( MO), World Wrestling Entertainment ( WWE), Legg Mason ( LM) and Continental Airlines ( CAL).

Cramer was bearish on Avon ( AVP), Newmont Mining ( NEM), Martha Stewart ( MSO) and Janus Capital ( JNS).

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At time of publication, Cramer was long Sears and Altria.

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