fix the time

See: date
References in classic literature ?
Elinor would not argue upon the propriety of overcoming such feelings;--she only endeavoured to counteract them by working on others;--represented it, therefore, as a measure which would fix the time of her returning to that dear mother, whom she so much wished to see, in a more eligible, more comfortable manner, than any other plan could do, and perhaps without any greater delay.
I cannot fix the time or place when my friend and I began to read him, but it was in the fine print of that unhallowed edition of ours, and presently we had great lengths of him by heart, out of "Hamlet," out of "The Tempest," out of "Macbeth," out of "Richard III.
Customers just need to fix the time period indicating how often you want the backup to occur.
The morning call trick is one many people claim they are able to perform, allowing them accurately to fix the time at which they wake, without any need for an alarm.
The case held that where an agreement provides for payment upon the happening of an event, depending on the language used, such provision may be construed to fix the time for payment, or as a condition precedent to payment.
The ex-England player wrote in his book that he and a team-mate attempted to fix the time of the first throw-in during a televised Southampton game in 1995.