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YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS WEE THINKER ACROSS: 7 Shallow 9 Aside 10 Reedy 11 Italian 12 Doh 13 Toenails 16 Sweet pea 17 Cue 19 Open-air 21 Enrol 22 Large 23 Tighten DOWN: 1 Astride 2 Game show 3 Slay 4 Maharaja 5 Mini 6 Feint 8 White spirit 13 Teenager 14 Lacerate 15 Decline 18 Mould 20 Ecru 21 Edge QUICKIE ACROSS: 1 Office party 8 Two 9 Rag 11 Helpful 12 Exile 13 Odd 14 Pet 15 Batsman 17 Nib 19 Earn 21 Open 23 Down 25 Tuba 27 Yes 29 Wizened 31 Nun 34 Spa 36 Growl 37 Scamper 38 Ego 39 Ask 40 Endorsement DOWN: 1 Owed 2 Fold 3 Inflate 4 Enlist 5 Arena 6 Trip 7 Yale 8 Thorn 10 Get on 16 New 18 Bob 20 Any 22 Paw 24 Overarm 25 Tinge 26 Census 28 Shark 30 Igloo 32 Urge 33 Noon 34 Span 35 Pest
The drawing series "Los cuadernos de Mademoiselle Heidi Schreber" (The notebooks of Mademoiselle Heidi Schreber), 1993, shows the artist's tongue stretching out, multiplying, and mutating to entangle, lacerate, and displace his own face, which eventually morphs into that of a girl whose undulating blond braids become the letters of the Nilcese alphabet.
Songs like "This Corrosion" pound with an infectious dance beat, while more brooding tunes such as "Something Fast" lacerate with devilishly clever lyrics: "You can spend all night/at a red light anywhere in town/Hailing Marys left and right/but none of them slow down.