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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:

Northgate ( NXG): "I once slammed this company, and then we had the CEO on. ... This is a good company." But Cramer has been recommending Yamana ( AUY) and Lundin ( LMC).

Intel ( INTC): "I'm not gonna be a bear on Intel down here, but it's simply Don'tBuy ... it's not expensive, it has a lot of cash. But there's nothing happening there that would make me recommend the stock."

Genco Shipping ( GNK): "You've got a good one, I salute you, and keep the pressure on. Keep buying these stocks with good dividends."

Northern Orion ( NTO): "Reminds me of Northgate Minerals ... but none of these is as good as Lundin or Yamana Gold. So let's just stick with the winners."

MetLife ( MET), Prudential ( PRU) and Manulife ( MFC) are three. That's the troika I like."

eBay ( EBAY): "I'm not ready yet to take the victory lap ... I didn't get back on the eBay horse until 28. I like this stock here. I don't want to sell it ... I feel strongly that we're in the first quarter of a major turn for eBay. ... Cramer saluted CEO Meg Whitman. "The stock goes higher."

Toyota Motor ( TM): "I think the stock's gonna be up pretty big now. ... the Japanese love a trend reversal ... that stock sees 125 by Friday. Cramer owns it for his Action Alert PLUS charitable trust.

Washington Mutual ( WM): "The shorts right now are in a House of Pain ... WaMu's doing better than we thought ... not as bad as what the shorts thought."

Ameren ( AEE): "Why is Ameren still independent? ... It should have been taken over by now. ... I want you to stick with it."

Brocade ( BRCD): "I think the stock works its way over time to 12. ... watch EMC ( EMC); EMC went from 10 to 15. I think Brocade only will do the same."

Uranerz Energy ( URZ): "I think you should ring the register." Cramer said he's been recommending Energy Metals ( EMU) at 12 and also likes Mosaic ( MOS) at 30.

*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 Toyota Motor.

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