Is joban the adjectival form of the name
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The critically-acclaimed board game
consists of tough questions about the nuances of the English language.
That which pertains to Job is
joban. Similarly, That which pertains to the
prophet Isaiah is isaianic, and that which
pertains to Noah is noachid.
example: "Nor is Safire reticent to apply Joban categories to political
leaders, including Richard Nixon, George Bush, and that most incongruous
theologian of politics, Gary Hart." (from a review of "The First Dissident: The
Book of Job in Today's Politics" in the National Review, March 29, 1993 by
Jerold S. Auerbach
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