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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:

Eagle Materials ( EXP): "That is a great company, with a gigantic insider-buyer, with a phenomenal balance sheet, with a tremendous opportunity for a Cemex to take it over. ... I think that EXP, which I owned briefly for my charitable trust, is indeed two thumbs up."

Baidu ( BIDU): "I have been itching to buy this Bidu, to recommend it on the show. I keep waiting for a down day. ... I am right now sanctioning a small buy in Bidu right here." Cramer said he hopes it comes down.

Texas Roadhouse ( TXRH): "Of the restaurant stocks that I have recommended," Texas Roadhouse and Sonic ( SONC) haven't measured up. Cramer said Darden ( DRI) and McDonald's ( MCD) have done well.

Corn Products International ( CPO): "This one is not for me ... but they seem to have the costs, even though they're skyrocketing, under control."

Res-Care ( RSCR): "Swap out of HealthSouth ( HLS) and get into Res-Care, which to me is best of breed in the field."

CarMax ( KMX): "There is nothing like the retailing of cars. It is a phenomenal business (auto parts too) ... 52-week high again. And I am saying don't ring the register."

Energy Conversion Devices ( ENER): "Of the alternative-energy plays, you're not gonna get much better than that. ... I cannot in good conscience recommend that stock with oil at 51 going to 49. So I am going to say no, no, no. SellSellSell.

Best Buy ( BBY): "Best in show. I don't even know why Circuit City ( CC) exists. ... The stock Best Buy has been heading down. Fidelity has been a large shareholder seller of it. I just feel the stock's gonna mark some time" until earnings.

Seattle Genetics ( SGEN): "52-week high. Got a lot of great biotechs that are well off their highs. Don'tBuyDon'tBuy."

Riverbed Technology ( RVBD): "Stock's bouncing back now... best in show. I want you to buy it. BuyBuyBuy."

*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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