"at" vs. "for" or "to"

jjshell

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France - French
Hi,
In the following sentences, would you use "at" or the other preposition?

1. "The delivery of this device is expected at/for 2:00 p.m."

2. "The party opening is scheduled at/for five p.m."

3. "She glanced at him." (Context: She gave him a quick look.)

Thanks in advance,

Regards.
 
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