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Pasteurization was a process.

While meeting with his client James T. Kirk in 2267 prior to the captain's court martial, lawyer Samuel T. Cogley told Kirk that he preferred books over computers. He believed the law belonged in actual books, not a computer, which he called a "homogenized, pasteurized, synthesizer". (TOS: "Court Martial")

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