be peremptory

See: insist
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Many more international actors, while not openly rejecting the conventional account of jus cogens, find norms to be peremptory without a plausible account of consensus in the international community of states to support such exalted status.
If the prosecutor's motives for peremptory challenges could be examined in every case in which the defense alleged racial discrimination, without the need to show systematic discrimination over time, "[t]he challenge, pro tanto, would no longer be peremptory.
The challenge, pro tanto, would no longer be peremptory, each and every challenge being open to examination, either at the time of the challenge or at a hearing afterwards.