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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:

Las Vegas Sands ( LVS): "Too tough of a call for me."

" Google ( GOOG - Get Report) is kicking butt and taking names. ... I want you in that."

EMC ( EMC): "This company is increasing its growth rate ... by pruning assets that don't work. ... It's probably one of the richest tech stocks there is. ... I am going to join those that say the $21 price target is right. I want you to pull the trigger."

American Eagle ( AEO - Get Report): "Ixnay on the American Eagle-nay. No, I'm not going there. I think it's too dicey. ... The last thing I want to do is to delve into what the teens want. ... I think you want a lot more to go on than just that. If you want teen, I'm going to give you Guess? ( GES), I'm going to give you J. Crew ( JCG), but I'm not going to go to American Eagle." Cramer said he wouldn't go to Abercrombie & Fitch ( ANF) or Aeropostale ( ARO), either.

Vodafone ( VOD): "Very undervalued. ... Don't understand why this stock doesn't go right through the yield. ... I think it should trade on par with Verizon ( VZ - Get Report) and AT&T ( T - Get Report). ... You've got to pull the trigger."

Foster Wheeler ( FWLT): "No, no, no, no, no. I cannot do that. I just feel like I could really hurt people by telling them I like Foster Wheeler here. ... Not only am I saying don't buy Foster Wheeler, I would rather see everyone sell Foster Wheeler." Cramer said he couldn't have it on his conscience if people were to give up Foster Wheeler's "unbelievable gain."

Micrus Endovascular ( MEND): "You've got to stop. It's up 100%. ... I would think that a schnitzel would be in order with a 52-week high with a medical company. I think that that's what I would do. Let's take a little off the table."

RBC Bearings ( ROLL - Get Report): "I like the company, and let me tell you, you would be in good company" after RBC's recent buyback announcement.

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At the time of publication, Cramer had no positions in stocks mentioned.

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