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A '''pilgrim''' was a person who undertook a journey for personal reasons. Often associated with a spiritual journey made manifest in a physical voyage.
 
A '''pilgrim''' was a person who undertook a journey for personal reasons. Often associated with a spiritual journey made manifest in a physical voyage.
   
In the [[1820s]] on [[Earth]], a popular [[United States of America|American]] preacher first referred to the [[1621]] [[English]] non-conformist settlers of [[Plymouth]] as "Pilgrims". The Amercian populace came to accept this term.
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In the [[1820]]'s on [[Earth]], a popular [[United States of America|American]] preacher first referred to the [[1621]] [[English]] non-conformist settlers of [[Plymouth]] as "Pilgrims". The Amercian populace came to accept this term.
   
 
[[Spock]] referenced these [[1621]] settlers when attempting to describe the mentality of the [[Horatian system]] settlers. ({{n|TOS|Mission to Horatius}})
 
[[Spock]] referenced these [[1621]] settlers when attempting to describe the mentality of the [[Horatian system]] settlers. ({{n|TOS|Mission to Horatius}})
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