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إِلَىٰ يَوْمِ الْوَقْتِ الْمَعْلُوم

Il__a__ yawmi alwaqti almaAAloom**i**

ilā yawmi l-waqti l-maʿlūm

Until (the) Day (of) the time well-known."

till the Day the time whereof is known [only to Me].&rdquo

Until the day of the time appointed

"Till the Day of the Time Appointed."

until the appointed Day.”

until the Day of the time well-known."

till the Appointed Day

Till the period of the time made known

until the Day of the known time.

till a day in known time."

till the Day of the time appointed.”

till the Day of the Moment Known.

till the Day of the well-known Time"

till the Day of Appointed Time."

Until the Day of the Time Appointed.'

Until the Day of the known time."

for an appointed time"

until the Day of the Appointed Time

Until the Day of Appointed Time."

"Till the day of that appointed time!"

"Till the Day of the Time (which has been) appointed."

Until the Day of the time well-known."

"Until the appointed Day."

till the Appointed Day.&rsquo

Until the Day of the time appointed

Till the appointed day."

until the Day whose time is known.´

"Until the Day of the Time Appointed."

until the day of the known time.&rsquo

"Until the Day of the time appointed."

until the known time

“Until the day of the time appointed.

until the Day of the Appointed Hour.”

till the Day whose Hour I know."

"Until the appointed Day.

"For a period of time the duration of which is fixed."

'Till the day of the known time'.

"Until the appointed day."

till the Day of the known time.

Till the day of the time made known

To day/time (of) the time, the known

until that Day.&rdquo

“Until the time of the known day.&rdquo

`Till the day of the known time.

Till the Day of the time which is appointed (and known).

`Till the Day of which the time is known and fixed.

"Till the Day of the time appointed."

until the day of the known time.

until the day of the determined time

until the day of the stated time.

Till the day of the time appointed."

till the Day of the time Appointed.&lsquo

“…until the day of the appointed time.”

till the day of the appointed time.'

“Until the specified time!”

Until the day of the known time .

"until the predetermined point of time ascertained for judgement"

till the day, the timing of which is known.”

"Till the Day of the Time Appointed."

Until (the) Day (of) the time well-known.