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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks during the Mad Money Lightning Round Wednesday evening:

Cummins (CMI): "I think that while the U.S. is stronger the rest of the world is still weak."

Greif (GEF): "That one will give you grief. There are others that are better. I like Bemis (BMS)."

Physicians Realty Trust (DOC): "I like Ventas (VTR) more. Until we get a rate hike, this one will be under pressure."

Corning (GLW): "This is always a bit of a disappointment. The end markets just aren't good enough."

FreshPet (FRPT): "You can't have a product with a social media problem in today's market."

Intuitive Surgical (ISRG): "I think the quarter is good but not great. I prefer Edwards Lifesciences (EW) and St Jude Medical (STJ)."

Star Gas Partners (SGU): "They sell propane and propane prices are too low. You need to stay away from these stocks."

Goodyear Tire & Rubber (GT): "I'd take your profits and move on. There are better horses to ride."

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