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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" Tuesday evening:

Talisman Energy ( TLM): "I'm steering people power toward Schlumberger ( SLB) and Transocean ( RIG), which Cramer owns for his Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.

Zoltek ( ZOLT): "Carbon fibers for windmills. ... I don't like Zoltek. I think it's played out. We recommended it at 12 on this show" and took profits when it doubled.

Allegheny Technologies ( ATI): Announced $2 billion worth of sales to aviation this morning. ... I don't want to buy it, but I sure as heck don't want to sell it."

Wachovia ( WB): "4% yielder with decent growth ... you know I like the regional banks. ... I prefer Bank of Nova Scotia."

Ford ( F): "Alan Mullaly starting to wow people ... way to play Ford is convertible bond."

Syntax-Brillian ( BRLC): "No can do, my friend. ... liquid crystal dispaly company. ... If I am going to be in something small and sweet in tech ... Marvell ( MRVL) ... 1 down, and 10 up." Cramer owns Marvell Technology for Action Alerts PLUS.

Charles Schwab ( SCHW): "Schwab's good, E*Trade's ( ETFC) good, Ameritrade's ( AMTD) good. All trade more expensively than the full service brokers." Cramer would back up the truck* on Goldman Sachs ( GS), which he owns for his Action Alerts Plus charitable trust.

Fuel Tech ( FTEK): "I like pollution-control stories somewhat. ... This one has run too much. ... may be one of those State of the Union plays where it drops down tomorrow. Let's take profits today."

Visteon ( VC) has made its move ... recommending Johnson Controls ( JCI) ... 52-week high today."

SAIC ( SAI): "There is a sense that the consulting companies that report to the government for military purposes are not doing that well. Don'tBuy."

Evergreen Solar ( ESLR): "I am not going to countenance any of these solar plays with energy going down."

Baker Hughes ( BHI): "No, we are buying RIG ... an international driller."

Adobe Systems ( ADBE): "Unfairly being brought down ... it's right here, has not participated. I thought it should have. A strong buy, it's a triple buy."

*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 Goldman Sachs and Transocean.

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