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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:

Apple ( AAPL): "I'm not going to go against Apple. There are a thousand Steve Jobs over at Apple and they're delivering product after product. "

Tetra Tech ( TTEK): "Why isn't this stock doing better? I'm not going to recommend it. I'm no technician but it doesn't have what it should have and should be doing better."

Matthews International ( MATW): "This is a tough one. I'm going to take a pass. It's got a weird mix of businesses. "

Xerox ( XRX): "Don't pull the trigger. I don't like the balance sheet. They need a much better economy to survive."

Whole Foods ( WFMI): "I'm not going against hospitality. I think it's going higher."

Tiffany & Co ( TIF): "This company is too good to bet against here, especially with everyone putting on the rose colored glasses."

Fluor ( FLR): "Infrastructure is making its way back. I've always thought their business was strong. I'm pulling the trigger."

International Paper ( IP): "They've done so much wrong; I'm not going to get behind them. The balance sheet is horrible. What were they thinking over there?"

Hawaiian Electric ( HE): "I'll take a shot at it here at the 52-week low. Things can't be that bad over there."

Terra Nitrogen ( TNH): "I think TNH is solid, much more than the others. I think you should stick with it."

Sun Microsystems ( JAVA): "I think JAVA should be sold, sold, sold. Take the profits and get out."

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