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What is the history of "break a leg", why It is used in English?

Wikipedia defines break a leg: Break a leg is an English language idiom used in the theatre or other performing arts to wish a performer "good luck". Several dictionaries give definitions ...
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Opposite of "against someone's will" in this context

Another applicable phrase is to do something "with someone's blessing". This doesn't typically connote a religious type of blessing, but a more general approval. Usually it implies that ...
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