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Significant phrasal position effects seem to be limited to a lowering of final pitch accents and therefore would fall within the scope of the two-pitch-accent window. The phenomena collectively categorized as "declination" are, in our theory, explained by a combination of the final lowering effect, the frequent usage of stepping accents, and perhaps the statistics of relative prominence, We have no reason to think that the final lowering effect is varied for expressive purposes.
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