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If morphological case endings come from cliticized postpositions, how would one explain case agreement?

Some morphological case endings may have evolved from postpositions that became cliticized. However, in many languages marking case morphologically, agreement occurs between, say, nouns and adjectives. How would the repetition of the clitic be explained?