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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:

Amsouth Bancorp: "We are not arbitragers. ... Let's move on to the next, which I think is Hudson City Bancorp."

Evergreen Solar: "If I were to recommend one sunshine play, it would be Evergreen."

UnitedHealth: "It is still dirt cheap. It's at 17 times earnings. I'm still saying UNH is a buy."

Cummins: "I am going out right here right now with a sell."

Scientific Games: "Great, great recession-proof business. I would do a 'mon back* at 34."

UST: "I nailed that stock. ... US Tobacco is one of the safest, best stocks. ... I think the stock goes to 60. ... The tobacco business, two thumbs up." Cramer also recommended Altria, which he owns for his Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust , and Reynolds.

Acacia Research: "I want to give you Symantec."

PW Eagle: "I like the polyvinyl chloride business. ... Much unknown stock that should be bought."

JDSU: "Now it is Just Don't Stink Us. ... I liked you once, now I give you the trap door."

BE Aerospace: "May be the best aerospace play still out there."

Arch Coal: "I can't go down to Arch Coal until BTU ( Peabody Energy) settles. I'm saying no to that one. Thumbs down."

Shire Pharmaceuticals: "One of my favorite drug companies. ... I think in this slowing economy, Shire could go through 52."

Carnival: "I feel that that group is too levered to discretionary spending. I'd rather have Procter & Gamble here than Carnival."

L3 Communications: "I'm going to recommend ... Textron."

Tata Motors: "At 15 bucks, frankly, I'm calling that a steal."

Lightning Round

Cramer was bullish on Evergreen Solar ( ESLR), UnitedHealth Group ( UNH), Scientific Games ( SGMS), UST ( UST), PW Eagle ( PWEI), BE Aerospace ( BEAV), Shire ( SHPGY), Textron ( TXT) and Tata Motors ( TTM).

Cramer was bearish on AmSouth Bancorp ( ASO), Cummins Engine ( CMI), Acacia Research ( ACTG), JDSU ( JDSU), Arch Coal ( ACI), Carnival ( CCL) and L-3 Communications ( LLL).

*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 Altria, Textron and United Health.

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