Rashi tenders this explanation, that Job and his friends had
each wreaths with their names engraved on them, and if
affliction befell any one his name upon the wreath would change
Rabbi Yochanan says that Rabbi Meir knew three hundred fables about
foxes, but we have only three of them, viz, "The fathers have eaten sour
grapes, and the children's teeth are set on edge" (Ezek. xviii. 2);
"Just balances and just weights" (Lev. xix. 36); "The righteous is
delivered out of trouble, and the wicked cometh in his stead" (Prov. xi.
THE TALMUD, _Sanhedrin_, fol. 38, col. 2, and fol. 39, col. 1.