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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:

Sirenza Microdevices ( SMDI): "We recommended that in the midsingle digits ... sold it in the teens, and we never looked back ... radio frequency for the Sirius Satellites ( SIRI) of the world. ... Sell Sirenza Micro and never look back."

Dell ( DELL): "You don't sell any of these PC stocks ahead of Vista launch. ... Only PC stock you should own is Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ)," Cramer said.

Brocade ( BRCD): "I'd do a little schnitzeling selling right here ... nice run, time to move on."

eBay ( EBAY): "I genuinely think that eBay is a good stock. ... They're buying StubHub, which I think is a brilliant acquisition. I'm not backing away. I'm backing the truck* up."

RTI International Metals ( ATI): "I would schnitzel out of RTI and go into ATI ( Allegheny Technologies ( ATI)). ... Those of you still looking for a new name, Allegheny has pulled back 10."

Boston Scientific ( BSX): "Ever since we recommended it a dollar ago, it's on a slow creep up. I think it goes to 20 bucks."

Anadigics ( ANAD): "Ixnay on radio frequency."

Boeing ( BA): "I want to continue to buy Boeing until it gets to par."

Google ( GOOG): "Twenty points away from Nirvanaville. ... This company's gonna have a good quarter. I want to own the stock under 500."

Atherogenics ( AGIX): "Let's get the whole speech they gave at JPMorgan Healthcare Conference and come up with a better analysis."

Citigroup ( C): "Still run by a lawyer. We don't really care for banks that are run by lawyers. ... Let's cut it back a little."

Lundin Mining ( LMC): "I have to admit, I hurt people in that one. ... Zinc and copper have been going down. ... Commodities are in free fall. ... Give it a little room and then buy."

AMD ( AMD): "AMD's cheap. ... I want to own AMD ahead of the Microsoft Vista launch."

Allergan ( AGN): "Allergan's got Juviderm ... Botox ... I need you ... to buy Allergan."

Cramer also was bullish on Blockbuster ( BBI), Rite Aid ( RAD), Crown Castle ( CCI) and Cisco ( CSCO).

*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.

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