We invite the Tribunal to make a peremptory order in respect of those matters.
To put it in religious language, the scientist is answerable to a very stern and peremptory magisterium, the magisterium of Nature herself.
His casual and peremptory dismissal of these concerns as ‘wild accusations’, once again, does him and the organization for which he speaks no credit.
He has been the subject of much criticism, several recall attempts and diatribes because of what is described as arbitrary and arrogant behavior, peremptory statements and decisions.
That phrase was just addressed to me (by a teacher) in a very peremptory manner.
One peremptory glance at me and my one tremulous moment of truth had been rejected.
It is impossible to imagine the uproar that such peremptory and contemptuous words from him would provoke.
He'd found the tile in the lowest part of the broken ditch, his shovel ringing against it as he made a few peremptory thrusts into the broken soil.
Human rights and peremptory norms of international law must be observed, and legal obligations toward third states must be respected.
The young woman was not in the least bit cowed down by her mother-in-law's peremptory ways, nor by our presence.