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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" Monday evening:

Mindray Medical ( MR - Get Report): "We got a lotta companies that do the same things ... right here in the U.S." Cramer said Thermo Fisher Scientific ( TMO - Get Report) is better than Mindray.

Internap Network Services ( INAP - Get Report): "It is time to to ring the register Internap!"

Intuitive Surgical ( ISRG - Get Report): "I am not a technician. ... Don't even play one on TV. ... This stock has just acted like a wet blanket. Too rich for me. ... 35% growth, 50 multiple. I don't want to be in ISRG."

Marvell ( MRVL - Get Report): "I think it's got 1 down, 5 up. ... They make the controllers for disk drives. ... I think it's six months before it explodes, but it will explode to the upside." Cramer owns it for his Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.

Amphenol ( APH - Get Report): "A connector company. ... I have no catalyst to recommend Amphenol. So I am going to say Don'tBuyDon'tBuy."

Rio Tinto "The commodity boom is over. ... Only one mining company that I will still sanction is RIO ( Companhia Vale do Rio ( RIO))."

Systemax ( SYX): "Had a really nice run. I am not gonna tell you that it is necessarily cheap. ... Only one I've been recommending" is Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ), which Cramer also owns for the charitable trust.

Peabody Energy ( BTU - Get Report): Coal is plummeting. ... The Democrats ... they are not of, by and for the corporations. They are concerned with air."

USG ( USG): "Backstopped by Warren Buffett. If housing turns, it goes right to 65. ... I want to own it."

Community Bank System ( CBU): "Very cheap to book value ... 3.4% yield. ... I like this company."

Daktronics ( DAKT): "If you own an outdoor billboard company, you must contract with Daktronics to upgrade 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 Hewlett-Packard and Marvell Technology.

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