Lancasters strategy, in the early years of the renewed war, consisted mainly of attempts to wear down the force of France by devastating raids; he hoped to provoke the enemy Ch d to battle by striking at the heart of his realm, but of~,1,r.
grinding of the teeth, can wear down the surface of the teeth.
These irregular features are wanting south of the limits of Pleistocene glaciation; there the rivers have had time, in the latest cycle of erosion into which they have entered, to establish themselves in a continuous flow, and as a rule to wear down their courses to a smoothly graded slope.
Moreover, the waves, I suspect, do not so much construct as wear down a material which has already acquired consistency.
And because titanium picks won't wear down like picks made from softer materials (plastic, wood, copper, brass, silver, gold, etc.), they don't produce a residue that will build up on your strings and clog them.