How do i create timers for an Oracle Database

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I have a query that gathers hundreds of thousands of rows in a database that has many users. I am trying to set my query to run on non-peak hours. I do not have the ability to write PL/SQL, is there a way i could do this with straight SQL? If not, what are some other methods i could look into. Please and thank you!

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